As a GM dealership, you know meeting your goals is a vital part of your success. That’s why CDK BD Evolution helps chart a course that accelerates business results and aligns people, processes, data and technology with outcomes that matter.
Achieves GM-defined service and retention targets
CDK BD Evolution is designed to meet your unique GM conformance objectives
Improves parts purchase growth
Find ways to help you improve the performance components of your Service operations
Improves CSI and MPVI scores
Training modules help you keep your entire dealership moving toward the goals that have been set for you.
BD Evolution Powered by CDK Global for GM Dealers
Our industry-leading consultants dive deep into your business and help you align people, processes, data and technology with measured outcomes. Every engagement is designed to meet set objectives that are tailored to your business’ needs.
BDCs establish appointment-based sales/service models for your dealership
Predictable results are lower turnover, increased CSI/retention, and productivity
Track Your Progress
Key metrics show progress and maintain accountability to dealership processes
Maximize Your ROI
BD Evolution process will help leverage existing technology and resources to maximize your ROI
How BD Evolution helps grow your business in three steps
BD Evolution Enrollment
When you enroll in the CDK Global BD Evolution program for GM dealerships you’ll have access to numerous business solutions and seminars – all designed to help you grow.
BD Optimization coach introduction
Receive guidance and attend workshops that will help you and your employees achieve the goals your dealership needs to meet.
After a week of in-dealership consultation you’ll be ready to put some of what you’ve learned into practice with the help of your coach.
Many dealerships set up their networks using consumer-grade equipment purchased at big box stores. It's the same solution that people use to connect to the internet in their homes. However, the growth of mobile applications and back-office systems is more than these low-performing networks can handle.