TSD Launches Subaru Service Loaner Program

TSD's booth at the 2015 Car Rental Show. Photo by Amy Winter-Hercher.
TSD's booth at the 2015 Car Rental Show. Photo by Amy Winter-Hercher.

TSD, a provider of fleet management software for dealerships, rental companies and automotive manufacturers, is now the official loaner car software provider for Subaru of America.

With the implementation of TSD’s new Web-based software solution, Subaru dealers are able to process their customers faster and more accurately with printed agreements, while creating brand consistency among their dealerships and reducing their risk of liability, according to TSD.

“Subaru of America is a remarkable company proven by its explosion of sales and continuous growth pattern,” says Shawn Concannon, TSD’s senior vice president of business development and operations. “We are honored to partner with such a dynamic company.”

For more than 30 years, TSD has been committed to streamlining dealership and rental operations through its fleet management software, according to the company.

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  1. lisa [ November 2, 2016 @ 12:20PM ]

    so a dealer ship can rent out their sslp loaner vehicle to a customer that needs a rental car to go on a trip where ever? even if no service ticket made on this customer...

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