CEDMag.com - July 2009 Articles
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CEDMag.com - July 2009 Articles

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JULY 2009
  • Drive Machine Sales with Attachments
    Attachments Buyers' Guide
    Attachments manufacturers say opportunities exist for sales despite the grim economy, but dealers have a choice: Either seize the chance to explore new markets, or sit and wait for the upturn.
  • EPM Turns Data into Dollars
    Product Support
    Develop a more sophisticated planned maintenance system that slashes customer repair costs and drives revenue into your dealership.
  • Removing the Roadblocks
    Technicians must jump through many financial hoops to enter the workforce - thanks to dealer generosity and creativity, the leap can be made less painful.
  • Thriving in Challenging Economic Times
    A Closer Look
    A credit card and a handshake were the humble beginnings of now-successful concrete crushing company, Komplet North America, proving that opportunities still exist - even in a tough economy.
  • Two, Maybe Four Quarters
    On the Numbers
    Predictions and cash flow strategies were streaming. And if you missed it, you'll get another crack at AED's CFO Conference in the fall.
  • Changing the Rules of the Game
    Washington Insider
    When it comes to Democrats' efforts to modify employment laws, card check is just the tip of the iceberg.