Payless Car Sales, Kaizen MultiMedia to Partner

Payless Car Sales recently announced that it has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.-based Kaizen MultiMedia.

The partnership will provide Kaizen MultiMedia with the ability to create an in-house virtual training program for use throughout their national franchise system.

“Maintaining a properly trained staff is no easy task in an Industry like ours where the turnover rate of employees, especially sales staff, is pretty substantial,” said Mike Harley, Payless president and COO. “Training is expensive and done correctly takes a great deal of time. We believe that creating a Payless Virtual Training Program will provide our dealers with an efficient, effective and economical answer to this recurring problem.”

For more information, visit PaylessCarSales.com.

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