Thursday June 21, 2018 (Newmaker.com) – CarSwap, the largest mobile platform for vehicle trading, selling, and buying, has launched a feature whereby the platform automatically negotiates with lowball offers on behalf of sellers.
The CarSwap app dynamically detects how close an offer is to the asking price and kindly encourages better offers accordingly. The purpose of the autonomous negotiation is to save sellers/traders the time and hassle from having to entertain lowball offers while also maximising the possibility of each expression of interest.
Sydney, Australia, March 15, 2018 (Newswire.com) – CarSwap, the largest and fastest growing mobile platform for vehicle trading, has completed the acquisition of the CarSwapper.com.au website for an undisclosed sum.
The acquisition comes just weeks before the launch of CarSwap’s web classifieds platform to compliment CarSwap’s mobile app for Apple iOS and Android operating systems.
“We’re pleased to now be a part of the CarSwap team, an organisation who shares the same vision for innovating and easing the process for vehicle owners to change cars” said Stan,
Sydney, Australia, March 7, 2018 (Newswire.com) – CarSwap, the largest mobile platform for vehicle trading, has partnered with One World LED, a leading innovator of digital visualisation and virtualisation technology, as its exclusive source for digital signage solutions.
As a result of this collaborative partnership, CarSwap has launched its digital signage virtual showroom solutions dubbed ‘ShowScreen’ as the first and only provider of One World LED’s “E2V Technology” for the automotive industry.
SYDNEY, February 16, 2018 (Newswire.com) – CarSwap, the largest mobile platform for vehicle trading, has announced that it has entered into a collaborative partnership agreement with EasyCars, a leading dealership inventory management software for hundreds of car dealerships across Australia.
Also known as the “Tinder for Cars” thanks to its intelligent matchmaking interface, CarSwap’s automotive classifieds platform is free for private users and also very inexpensive for car dealers, especially compared to other platforms.
“While our competitors charge dealers as high as $48 per mere ‘enquiry’,