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ARI's Launches Online Remarketing Benchmarking System

January 29, 2008

MT. LAUREL, N.J. – Automotive Resources International (ARI), has launched a dynamic vehicle remarketing benchmarking system as part of its continuing enhancements to its client access system, ARI insights.

Clients can view sale analysis data in real time to know how their fleet is performing and they can also access the system under the vehicle remarketing section of ARI insights to find the Black Book Commercial Index(BBCI), retention, and depreciation percentages. There is also the standard detail of unit counts, sale price, capitalized cost, months in service, and mileage.

The system displays a high level data view with a single keystroke, while drill downs allow the user to see more detail at the sale channel or vehicle level.

The preset screen shows the comparative results achieved at all markets including auction, Internet sales, dealer direct sales, and client directed sales. Users can customize the screen to bring in more specific sub-segments such as sales generated through ARI Virtual Market including ARI’s privately labeled daily Internet sale, ARIAutoDirect, ARITruckDirect, remarketing centers, eBay, auction-hosted simulcast or Internet sales, and upstream employee sales. Additionally, clients can utilize a wide variety of filter options to analyze performance. Filters include division, vehicle type, sale type, time frame, and the ability to exclude wrecked vehicles from reporting.
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