Last week dealership website provider Dealer Spike surpassed the $8 billion mark in managed inventory.
Dealer Spike is a leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider for dealers in nine industries, including powersports, RV, trailer, marine, truck, agricultural equipment, heavy equipment, lawn and garden equipment, and auto dealership sales. In addition to responsive websites designed and built with the latest technologies and trends in mind, Dealer Spike says it offers an expanded product line to help dealerships increase sales through digital advertising. Major points of interest in the add-on product lineup include Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Social Media Marketing, E-Newsletter Campaigns, and more. Dealer Spike offers the superior solution due to innovative and eye-catching responsive web design, as well as access to digital marketing technology surpassing that of competitors, the company says.
The SaaS company has continued to increase its influence on the industries it serves.
Last year was a big year for Dealer Spike in terms of partnerships and collaborations. The web provider’s Search Engine Marketing department was honored with Google’s Premier Partner status, which provides the team with personalized support in areas like strategic guidance, beta access, and new product offerings. In addition, multiple manufacturers have named Dealer Spike the preferred or exclusive provider for dealerships under their brands – a few of those being Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, Airstream Trailers, Malibu Boats, and Mahindra Tractor.
Landing on the Inc.5000 list for three years and counting, as well as the Deloitte Tech Fast 500 and Portland Business Journal’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies lists, are just a few examples of growth-related recognition Dealer Spike has received. That growth is reflected in the amount of inventory Dealer Spike has been trusted to handle. The digital marketing powerhouse plans to expand its influence even further into its multiple dealership industry verticals as the team moves towards the $10B mark in inventory management.