CBT News interview with Selly CEO shares the importance of dealership texting

June 15, 2021

Today, we’re pleased to welcome back Zach Klempf, founder and CEO of Selly Automotive, discuss used car marketplace, digital retail, customer buying experience, and text messaging for dealers.

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Interview with Selly Automotive CRM Founder & CEO Zach Klempf on Used Car Dealership Software

November 6, 2020

At Selly we started out with a mobile-first solution that’s a cloud-based SaaS product and we still integrate with the legacy desktop-based applications. We are providing state-of-the-art software that’s modern and simple to use for the used car dealer market and we’ve achieved a lot of growth through this strategy.

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CBT News interview with Selly CEO on Amazon and Online Car Buying

Sep 23, 2019

Today, we’re pleased to welcome back Zach Klempf, founder and CEO of Selly Automotive, to discuss the latest trends and disruptors in the auto retail industry.

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The Auto Remarketing Podcast with Selly CEO

Jun 19, 2019

Operators might have some knowledge about cloud computing, but Selly Automotive founder and chief executive officer Zach Klempf went into great detail about what this technology can do for dealerships, especially independent stores looking to keep costs under control.

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The Lean Dealership (NIADA March Magazine)

Mar 1, 2019

We now live in a customer-centric world. Thanks to the internet, car-buyers have more information and more choices than ever, fundamentally changing the way the auto industry works.



Selly Aims To Help Independent Dealers Compete With Franchised Stores

Jan 31, 2019

Are independent used car dealers ready to jump on the technology train? Zach Klempf, an Emory University graduate who “fell in love with” the car business while working at a dealership part-time during his college days, believes that used car dealers are prepared to up their game by employing some of the same customer-relationship tools that franchised new-car dealers rely on.


Start-ups aim to change how you buy a car

February 26, 2016

Car shoppers are increasingly making purchase decisions using the Web, mobile devices and apps, leading a few Silicon Valley start-ups to think the U.S. retail auto market may soon have a new home.

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