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Automotive Marketing and Its Human Edge

There is a rapid increase in the vigorous growth of the Automotive Industry. This makes you to think the ways and means to attract customers with the latest and innovative marketing techniques. So, one of the great techniques is advertisement. Throwing money into this arena gets you remarkable fame in the market. At the same time, in order to market your business effectively and earn good profits, you need to be guided thoroughly for making resistant or strong dealerships.

At a time when people are trying to make ends meet because of recession, selling cars appears to be such a gargantuan task. And probably it is. Instead of spending their money on a new automobile, average income folks would rather save for their more immediate needs and avoid spending unnecessarily. Nearly everyone who has enough money to buy new cars has their own and most likely would stay away from buying new ones during this economic crisis even if cars are considered a commodity. This puts car dealers in a rather uncompromising situation. The car dealership industry isnt as booming as it used to be. The worse thing is car dealers could end up to lose more if they closed shop than carrying on and hoped for things to get better.

This is, indeed, a problem unless dealers start reversing their views on the situation. There is always a time for every market to slow down but it is not a reason to call it quits. If anything, this should be a time to contemplate on the measures that may be taken in order to handle the crisis instead of wait for it to explode. When all automotive marketing strategies be unsuccessful, dont forget that it is significant for people in the car industry only human relationships hold up. Now, it is up to the automotive company, or any other business for that matter, to build on this human edge in order to survive. After all, the automotive industry has a market even in these times and that is a fact.

But what is the human edge? It is the miraculous touch that human dealings can offer any business that appears to be heading for disaster. It isn’t magical. It can actually be very technical depending on how you move towards it. The human edge is the ingredient of all booming crisis marketing operations whose major requirement is for entrepreneurs to develop a skill in creating good relationship with possible clients without knowing in the end. You gain more connections and take a break to put up on probable friendships and allow your network to grow and grow until each one comes naturally to you. You may say this is basic for all salesmen working with any market there is. It can be lifesaving to any type of enterprise that needs a salvaging while it is basic.

This is when you dont need to approach anymore and tell them what you want them to do. If you perfect this skill of creating in them a need to buy that thing you’re selling, they’re going to buy it and they will buy it from you. Provided that they find someone they’re comfortable with such an option, these times are difficult but a few people are willing to stretch out their budgets for a little luxury. Dont forget that clients just need the exact person to make them want to purchase. These successful salesmen usually are associates who just happened to be salesmen and vice versa.

Barefoot Boom Construction Secrets Revealed

If you have been water skiing then you have no doubt been entertained by or been the source of entertainment for others while you struggled. It doesn’t matter whether you are learning to get up on combo ski, a slalom ski, wakeboard, kneeboard, kid’s skis, or even barefooting. The bottom line is what you knew had to be true in your gut. There has to be an easier way! The barefoot boom is your answer.

Although it was invented to help barefoot water skiers learn as early as the 1960’s, it is hard to pinpoint the barefoot boom’s beginning since there were so many home made versions. Mike Seiple began a company, Barefoot International, in 1983 which specialized in making barefoot booms and it was the hidden secret to the success of his ski school.

The success of Barefoot International drew many machine shops into the boom making business. But you are about to get the industry secrets to knowing what makes a good boom. This is information that the industry is trying to stop me from telling. Booms are not only not all equal, but there is a growing problem with serious injuries from inferior boom construction. Learn the truth about urban legends surrounding barefoot booms.

Myth number 1: light-weight booms are better because they are easier to handle

The Truth about Myth 1: Not true. The most time tested construction a solid core boom. A boom is lighter when it is hollowed out or made from a lesser quality aluminum. Aircraft aluminum is the preferred metal. The amount of leverage put on a boom is tremendous depending on the weight and the activity of the skier during the teaching stages. The safety of the skier as well as the passengers depends on great construction.

Myth number 2: a single cable is better than two cables to connect the boom to the bow of the boat

Boom Cable Myth Truth: false. Booms are subjected to multiple violent forces from multiple directions. A single cable dramatically reduces the stability of a barefoot boom. All it takes is witnessing a cable break to realize that a single cable is unacceptable.

Myth No. 3: a flexible boom clamp allows for easier adjustment and is better than a double bolt clamp

Boom Clamp Myth: Not True. After subjecting boom clamps to continuous heavy downward forces on the end of the boom, we found out that flexible adjusting clamps fail quicker because of the inherit design and thinner materials. The difference in time it takes to adjust a solid construction bolt clamp versus a flexible clamp is about 15 seconds in favor of a flex clamp. This could be an expensive trade of of seconds for safety.

When you are looking at booms, you are investing in the happiness and well being of others. Make sure that the construction of your boom meets the highest standards that you demand from your equipment. When you find yourself becoming the pro on your lake, you are going to want to make sure that your equipment will meet the demands of combo skiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, slalom skiing, and even barefooting. If you demand the best boom, you will only have to buy one.

Sales Training Books

Books Sales Professionals might like to Read

While developing out new website for Sales Training Consultants, we thought it would be a good idea to provide a reading list for sales people wanting to develop their sales skills and knowledge. So, here it is, divided into various sub-categories for ease of use:

Selling Skills

* Getting Into Your Customer’s Head: 8 Secret Roles of Selling Your Competitors Don’t Know, Kevin Davis. New York: Random House, 1996. (ISBN 0-8129-2628-5)
* Stop Selling and Start Partnering, Larry Wilson
* Changing the Game, Larry Wilson. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1987.
* SPIN Selling, Rackham, Neil. New York: McGraw Hill, 1988.
* Solution Selling by Michael T. Bosworth (Irwin Publishing, 1995).
* Samurai Selling: The Ancient Art of Service in Sales by Chuck Laughlin, Karen Sage and Marc Bockmon (St. Martin’s, 1993).
* The 25 Sales Habits of Highly Successful Salespeople , by Stephan Schiffman (Adams Publishing, 1994).
* The AMA Handbook of Successful Selling, by Bob Kimball (NTC Publishing Group, 1993).
* The Selling Bible: For People in the Business of Selling, by John L. Lawton (Council Oaks Distribution, 1995)
* Closing Tactics, Andoni Lizardi
* Negotiate to Close, Gary Karass
* Ziglar on Selling, Zig Ziglar. Nashville, TN: Ziglar Corporation, 1991.
* The Sales Strategist: 6 Breakthrough Strategies to Win New Business, Warren Kurzrock. New York: Irwin Publishing, 1996. ISBN: 0-7863-0738-2.
* Selling to VITO: the Very Important Top Officer, Anthony Parinello, Massachusetts, Bob Adams, 1994.
* Selling to the Top, David A. Peoples. New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1994.
* Sales Reengineering From the Outside In, Mark Blessington and Bill O’Connell (McGraw Hill, 1995).
* Strategic Selling, Stephen Heiman and Robert Miller.
* Conceptual Selling, Stephan Heiman and Robert Miller. Berkeley, CA: Miller Heiman, 1987.
* Selling the invisible, Harry Beckworth
* Cracking New Accounts: Tips and Techniques for Opening and Closing the Sales in Half the Time, Terry L. Booton (Probus, 1994).
* Guerilla Selling: Unconventional Weapons and Tactics for Increasing Your Sales, Jay Conrad Levinson, Orvel Ray Wilson and Bill Gallagher (Houghton Mifflin, 1992).

Business Acumen

* The One to One Future: Building Relationships One Customer at a Time, by Don Peppers and Martha Rogers (Doubleday, 1993).
* The Monster Under the Bed by Stan Davis & Jim Bodkin. (Simon and Schuster, 1994).
* Corporate Life Cycles: How and Why Corporations Grow and Die and What to Do about It by Izak Adiches. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1990).
* The Little Black Book of Business Math, by Michael C. Thomsett. (New York: Anacom, 1988).
* The Art of War, by Sun-Tzu (Delacorte, 1989).
* The Goal, by Eliyahu M. Goldratt (North River Press, 1992).
* The E Myth: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber (Harper-Business, 1990).
* The Popcorn Report: The Future of Your Company, Your World, Your Life by Faith Popcorn (Harper-Business, 1992).
* Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers by William G. Droms, (Reading MA: Addison Wesley, 1990).
* The Vital Difference: Unleashing the Powers of Sustained Corporate Success, by Frederick G. Harmon and Garry Jacobs, (AMACOM, 1985).
* What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School, Mark H. McCormack, (Bantam Books, 1984).
* Zap, the Power of Empowerment by Jeff Cox.
* Marketing, by Robert D. Hisrich (Barron’s Educational Series, 1990).
* Multi-Level Marketing: The Definitive Guide to America’s Top MLM Companies (Summit Group, 1993).
* Relationship Marketing: Successful Strategies for the Age of the Customer, by Regis McKenna (Addison Wesley, 1993).
* How to Drive Your Competition Crazy, Guy Kawasaki.
* The Ten-Day MBA : A Step-By-Step Guide to Mastering the Skills Taught in America’s Top Business Schools @amazon.com
* The Complete MBA For Dummies @amazon.com
* Financial Statements : A Step-By-Step Guide to Understanding and Creating Financial Reports @amazon.com
* Business Planning : 25 Keys to a Sound Business Plan (The New York Times Pocket MBA Series) @amazon.com
* Tracking & Controlling Costs : 25 Keys to Cost Management (The New York Times Pocket MBA Series) @amazon.com
* Forecasting Budgets @amazon.com

Strategic Sales Planning

* The Magic Lamp: Goal Setting for People Who Hate Setting Goals, Keith Ellis, Three Rivers Pr., 1998, ISBN: 060980166X.
* Achieving Individual and Team Goals, Terry R. Bacon, Thomas Doggett, International Learningwork, 1996, ISBN: 1577400135.
* The Agile Manager’s Guide to Goal-Setting and Achievement (The Agile Manager Series), Walter Wadsworth, Velocity Pub., 1998, ISBN: 0965919323.
* All About Goals and How to Achieve Them, Jack Ensign Addington, Devorss and Co (Txp), 1977, ISBN: 0875162371.
* 10 Minute Guide To Planning (10 Minute Guides), Edwin E. Bobrow, IDG Books Worldwide, 1997, ISBN: 0028618181.
* The Sales Strategist: 6 Breakthrough Strategies to Win New Business, Warren Kurzrock. New York: Irwin Publishing, 1996. (ISBN 0-7863-0738-2)
* Sales Reengineering From the Outside In, by Mark Blessington and Bill O’Connell (McGraw Hill, 1995).
* First Things First, Steven Covey, Roger Merrill and Rebecca R. Merrill (Simon & Schuster, 1994)
* Winning the Fight between You and Your Desk by Jeffrey J. Mayer (Harper Business, 1994)
* Strategic Selling, Heiman, Stephen and Miller, Robert.
* Conceptual Selling, Heiman, Stephen and Miller, Robert. Berkeley, CA: Miller Heiman, 1987.
* Successful Large Account Management, by Robert Miller
* Major Account Sales Strategies, by Neil Rackham. New York: McGraw Hill, 1989.
* Managing Major Accounts, Neil Rackham
* Stop Selling and Start Partnering, Larry Wilson
* Power of Consultative Selling, Bryce Webster
* Organizational Capability: Competing from the Inside Out, by Dave Ulrich and Dale Lake, (John Wiley and Sons, 1990).
* Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement without Giving In, Fisher and Uri.
* Cracking New Accounts: Tips and Techniques for Opening and Closing the Sales in Half the Time, by Terry L. Booton (Probus, 1994).
* Guerilla Selling: Unconventional Weapons and Tactics for Increasing Your Sales, by Jay Conrad Levinson, Orvel Ray Wilson, and Bill Gallagher (Houghton Mifflin, 1992).

Customer Focus

* Discipline of Market Leaders, Treachy, Michael and Wiersema, (Addison Wesley, 1995)
* Brain Power: Learn to Improve Your Thinking Skills , Karl Albrecht. Prentice Hall, 1987.
* Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Stephen R. Covey. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1990.
* Raving Fans: A Revolutionary Approach to Customer Service , Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles. New York, William Morrow & Co., 1993. ISBN 0-688-12316-3.
* Stop Selling and Start Partnering, Larry Wilson & Hersch Wilson.
* One-to-One Marketing, Martha Rodgers and Don Peppers.
* The Customer Driven Company: Moving from Talk to Action , Richard C. Whiteley. Addison Wesley, Reading, MA, 1991. ISBN 0-201-57090-4.
* Customer Centered Growth: 5 Strategies for Building Competitive Advantage, Dianne Hessen and Richard Whitely. Addison Wesley, Reading, MA, 1996. ISBN: 0-201-47967-2.
* Getting Into Your Customer’s Head: 8 Secret Roles of Selling Your Competitors Don’t Know , Kevin Davis. New York, Random House, 1996. ISBN 0-8129-2628-5.
* Changing the Game, Larry Wilson, New York, Simon & Schuster, 1987.
* Solution Selling, Michael T. Bosworth. Irwin Publishing, 1995.
* Customer Visits: Building a Better Market Focus , Edward F. McQuarrie, Sage Pubns., 1998, ISBN: 0761908838.
* Customer Focus: A Strategy for Success, Roger Langevin, Bill Christopher, Crisp Pubns., 1998, ISBN: 1560524855.
* The Discipline of Market Leaders: Choose Your Customers, Narrow Your Focus, Dominate Your Market , Michael Treacy, Frederik D. Wiersema, Perseus Pr., 1997, ISBN: 0201407191.
* Implementing Quality With a Customer Focus , David N. Griffiths, Quality Resources, 1991, ISBN: 0873891104.

End User Effectiveness

* All Consumers Are Not Created Equal, Garth Hallberg. John Wiley & Sons, 1996. 320 pages.
* Real Time, Regis McKenna. Harvard Business School Press, 1998.
* Enterprise One to One, Don Peppers and Martha Rogers, Ph.D. Currency Doubleday, 1997.
* Keeping the Edge, Dick Schaaf. Dutton, 1995.
* Customer-Centered Growth, Richard Whiteley and Diane Hessan. Addison-Wesley, 1996.
* Strategic Customer Alliances : How to Win, Manage, and Develop Key Accounts @amazon.com
* Key Accounts Are Different : Sales Solutions for Key Account Managers @amazon.com
* Account Management (Building Service Management Program) @amazon.com
* Successful Large Account Management by Tad Tuleja(Contributor), et al @amazon.com
* Key Account Management: The Route to Key Supplier Status by Peter Cheverton @amazon.com
* Key Account Management: Maximizing Profitability from Major Customers by John Rock @amazon.com

Negotiation Skills

* Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In by Roger Fisher and Bill Ury (Viking Penguin, 1991).
* Getting Past No, Bill Ury (Viking Penguin, 1993)
* The Tao of Negotiation by Joel Edelman and Mary Beth Crain (Harper Business, 1993).
* How to Out-Negotiate Anyone (Even a Car Dealer) by Leo Reilly (Adams Publishing, 1993).
* Major Account Sales Strategies, by Neil Rackham (McGraw Hill, 1989).
* The Complete Negotiator, Gerard Nierenberger, (Berley Books, 1986).
* The Negotiation Toolkit: How to Get Exactly What You Want in Any Business or Personal Situation @amazon.com
* Deal Power: 6 Foolproof Steps to Making Deals of Any Size by Marc Diener @amazon.com
* The Power of Negotiating: Strategies for Success by Mike R. Stark @amazon.com
* The Shadow Negotiation: How Women Can Master the Hidden Agendas That Determine Bargaining Success by Deborah M. Kolb, Judith Williams @amazon.com

Channel Partner Effectiveness

* The channel advantage, Lawrence Friedman and Timothy Furey
* Market-Based Management: Strategies for Growing Customer Value and Profitability, 2nd edition, (Prentice Hall, 2000) – Roger Best – Part III Tactical Marketing Strategies Chapter 9
* Make Your Dealers Your Partners Harvard Business Review, March-April 1996, pp. 89-96.
* Rethinking Distribution: Adaptive Channels Harvard Business Review, July-August 1996, pp. 112-120. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1990).
* The Sales Rep Navigator: How to Find the Perfect Sales Rep or Distributor for Your Business, @amazon.com
* How to Market Your Product Through Distributor sales Networks, @amazon.com
* Planning Telephone Sales: Handbook for Distributor Management, @amazon.com
* The Channel Advantage : Going to Market With Multiple Sales Channels to Reach More Customers, Sell More Products, Make More Profit @amazon.com
* Channel Champions: How leading companies build new strategies to serve customers @amazon.com

Computer Skills

* Lotus Notes for Dummies, @amazon.com
* PowerPoint for Dummies, @amazon.com
* Excel for Dummies, @amazon.com
* Word for Dummies @amazon.com

The Importance of Sidewalk Signs for New Businesses

There are many important things to consider when starting your own business. Where is the best location? What type of business would be most profitable? How can I attract the most customers to my store? One way of attracting clients that many businesses overlook until the last minute is what kind of SIGNS they want to have. When it comes to putting up signs the options can be overwhelming, but it can often help to think about what options there are for people to consider.

One of the most popular signs in use today is the side walk signs. When posted in front of a store, it can bring new life to a business that is struggling or it can announce the presence of a new store. Depending on what kind of laws govern signs, a business can have multiple sidewalk signs or be forced to share one full sign with a business located in the same vicinity. Some business owners have run into trouble when trying to post sidewalk signs because of situations beyond their control.

A professional business sign company in Kernersville can help you identify the best possible sign for your location, we work with local municipalities to understand the individual restrictions.

As the old adage goes, the medium is the message, and that has never been more true than with the use of signs. By creating the right message on sidewalk signs, businesses will declare their intention of attracting more customers than ever. As the recession continues to take a toll, business owners need to give themselves every advantage possible.

The prominence of sidewalk signs is an asset to any company willing to invest in diverting more traffic into their store front. Many people see hundreds of signs every week without consciously realizing it. A simple yet distinct sign in a good location can help to increase your sales and customer awareness.

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Car Care Tips To Ensure Smooth Holiday Travel

Holiday travel can be a bust if your vehicle breaks down on the way to visiting friends and family.

With today’s busy schedules and high-tech vehicles, most drivers are left with neither the time nor inclination for an afternoon of tinkering on their car. But motorists can still do their part.

According to the experts at the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), good communication between the repair shop and the customer can help ensure satisfactory service.

ASE offers the following tips to help make the repair process go smoothly.

* Do your homework before taking your vehicle in. Read the owner’s manual to learn about the vehicle’s systems and components. Follow the recommended service schedules and keep a log of all repairs and service.

* Don’t ignore your vehicle’s warning signals. There may be explicit dashboard messages or subtle changes in performance. Make a note of any problems – and under what conditions they occur.

* Inspect your car frequently. Check for unusual sounds, odors, drips, leaks, smoke, warning lights and gauge readings. See if you notice changes in acceleration, engine performance, gas mileage or fluid levels. Also, check for worn tires, belts or hoses, and problems in handling, braking and steering or vibrations.

* Communicate your findings. Be prepared to describe your car’s symptoms. Carry a written list of those symptoms to give to the technician or service consultant. Do not suggest a specific course of repair; let the technician diagnose and recommend a remedy.

* Stay involved. Do not be embarrassed to request simple definitions. Professionally run repair establishments recognize the importance of two-way communication in automotive repairs. However, don’t rush the technician to make an on-the-spot

diagnosis.

* Leave a telephone number where you can be reached. Ask to be called and apprised of the problem, course of action and costs before work begins. Before you leave the shop, be sure you understand all shop policies regarding estimates, guarantees and acceptable methods of payment.

ASE is dedicated to improving the quality of automotive service and repair through the voluntary testing and certification of automotive technicians. ASE-certified technicians wear blue and white ASE shoulder insignia and carry credentials listing their exact areas of certification. Their employers often display the blue and white ASE sign.

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What Is A Payment Gateway And How It Works

Payment Gateway is another tool of convenience invented for those who have shortage of time. It enables electronic transactions of money between customers, banks and businesses. This process is a must for all online businesses and shopping carts. Following are the features of a Payment Gateway:

Facilitates ecommerce operations, also it allows transactions in conventional brick and mortar businesses.

Encryption of private data as well as payment

Carries out communique between the concerned financial institutions, the business and the customer.

Authorization of payments.

Feature to calculate the sales tax, handling costs and shipping rates is available only in some payment gateways.
Specialized fraud detection tools can be added to a payment gateway in order to ensure safety. Many web hosting companies provide payment gateways within their packages.

Working of a Payment Gateway:

All the operations of Payment Gateway are carried out with the help of Internet. Many brick and mortar businesses also make use of them as they are quicker and more reliable means of payment.

Following are the steps involved in the working of the payment gateway:

The customer buys a product or products through a Web site, phone order or in person.

The SSL (Secure Socket Layer) coding is used by the customer’s browser to “scramble” the data that is being sent.

The information is collected by the business website and forwarded to the payment gateway.

The information is then sent to the bank by the Payment Gateway.

The request is then forwarded to the card association. If card used in the transaction is Discoverer or American Express, the association is then the same bank and if Visa Logo or MasterCard some extra steps are taken.

In the case of Visa Logo or MasterCard, the information related to transaction is forwarded to the concerned bank (customer’s bank).

This bank checks whether the customer’s account have sufficient balance or not.

An authorization code is sent by the customer’s bank to the card association informing them whether the transaction should be completed or not.

The authorization code is then sent to the Payment Gateway.

Finally a code is sent to the business by the Payment Gateway. The refusal of the transaction leads to the termination of the sales deal. The approval helps forward the sale and the money is taken from the account of the customer.
Thus Payment Gateway is a complicated process but is efficiently and swiftly carried out. Its incorporation in the business transactions has widened the scope of businesses. Also, it enables the businesses to conduct trade smoothly with clients all over the world.

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Centennial College Offers Automotive Service Technician Honda Canada Inc

In today’s competitive job market, employers are seeking to hire graduates that are highly specialized and well trained. You can’t afford to waste your time with an education that wont help you get the job you want. At Centennial College, all our programs are geared for success.

As part of your program, you will not only learn how to use the latest cutting edge tools, but you will also learn how to apply the latest principles from business professionals. To compliment your classroom learning, you will also get hands-on experience in the labs.

Centennial’s staff not only believe in providing students with the best teaching experience possible, but also to offer the best guidance and career advice.

Overview:

Every eight weeks, students in this Acura/ Honda Apprenticeship Program (AHAP) alternate between the College and their employer for a total of 64 weeks (32 weeks with each).

The Honda Technician Training provided is on Hondas latest technology, with an emphasis on electronics and the diagnosing of mechanical systems. All aspects of vehicle technology are embodied in the program. This program is designed to make you as immediately productive in the shop as possible.

Upon successful completion, you will complete your on-the-job experience with your Acura/ Honda employer.

Admission Requirements:

Centennial College requires students applying to Modified Apprenticeship Programs to present at minimum:

*OSSD or GED or equivalent
*Non-academic requirements as specified

Non-academic Requirements

*Applicant must be employed by a Honda Canada Inc.dealership or selected through an interview process

Notes:

*Candidates may apply directly to Centennial College. Please visit centennialcollege.ca for an application form and details. Successful applicants must obtain an employer and then register as a MAP apprentice with the Apprenticeship Branch of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
*Acceptance is based on successful completion of all entry requirements. Limited space is available in each program.

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Role Of Service Managers In Automotive Industry

Since the invention of automobiles the automotive industry has grown by leaps and bounds and continues to grow rapidly even today. With more and more models rolling out every day, the progress graph of the automobile industry is climbing up stupendously. Other factors like economic liberalization, easy finance schemes, tax benefit options and increasing per capita income provides added boost to it.

However, with more and more companies growing in this sector, competition has reached new heights, where not only the car designs and ambiance matter, but also the services provided by the companies play a vital role in attracting customers.

Today, many of the car buyers look for the services and options provided by car manufacturers. Buyers research more about the services through news articles and word of mouth publicity, before they go ahead with any decision. Hence, the service manager job in automotive industry calls for efficiency and extensive service manager training, as it affects the company sales in some way or the other.

Those employed in the service manager job need to oversee all the operations carried out by the service department and have to coordinate and supervise that all duties by service staff are in accordance with company policies and applicable international standards and laws. Hence, the service manager has to strike the right kind of balance between keeping customers happy and following procedure. The job involves a lot of mechanical knowledge as well as understanding customer satisfaction and priorities.

Also, the role involves ensuring customer satisfaction and retention by providing repair and service maintenance, and communicating with customers as per their priorities. Since, the automotive service manager directly handles the customer service part, the job requires to identify market reports and ongoing trends and be updated on the service strategy of other car companies in the market. The role of service manager in automotive industry has undergone drastic changes from what it was earlier; it requires a good deal of leadership qualities, management skills, motivation, customer service and counseling skills.

With so many responsibilities and pressure to achieve sales targets, it becomes very difficult for service managers to perform consistently with remarkable results. This is where automotive service consulting comes into picture. The role of a service consultant is more like a lubricant that gives a cooling effect to the engine that has been worn out and overloaded. The service consultant advices and prepares those in the service manager job to perform their tasks in an organized way, which will in return optimize their productivity and bring down their stress level.

Moreover, the service consultant guides the automotive service manager on how to measure the productivity of their subordinates and junior employees and provide them with best practices for better customer service and also provides them with updates and repair descriptions that will help the technicians. Service advisor training is held for people holding a service manager job or a service director job where a positive and systematic approach towards work is inculcated, to combat the ever mounting pressure of this competitive market.

Solar Energy in Spain

Solar Energy in Spain

Spain is forging ahead with plans to build concentrating solar power plants, establishing the country and Spanish companies as world leaders in the emerging field. At the same time, the number of installed photovoltaic systems is growing exponentially, and researchers continue to explore new ways to promote and improve solar power.

This is the seventh in an eight-part series highlighting new technologies in Spain and is produced by Technology Review, Inc.s custom-publishing division in partnership with the Trade Commission of Spain.

From the road to the Solcar solar plant outside Seville, drivers can see what appear to be glowing white rays emanating from a tower, piercing the dry air, and alighting upon the upturned faces of the tilted mirror panels below.

Appearances, though, are deceiving: those upturned mirrors are actually tracking the sun and radiating its energy onto a blindingly white square at the top of the tower, creating the equivalent of the power of 600 suns. That power is used to vaporize water into steam to power a turbine.

This tower plant uses concentrating solar technology with a central receiver. Its the first commercial central-receiver system in the world.

Spanish companies and research centers are taking the lead in the recent revival of concentrating solar power (CSP), a type of solar thermal power; expanses of mirrors are being assembled around the country. At the same time, Spanish companies are investing in huge photovoltaic (PV) fields, as companies dramatically increase production of PV panels and investigate the next generation of this technology.

Spain is already fourth in the world in its use of solar power, and second in Europe, with more than 120 megawatts in about 8,300 installations. Within only the past 10 years, the number of companies working in solar energy has leapt from a couple of dozen to a few hundred.

Power from the Suns Heat

Southern Spain, a region known the world over for its abundant sun and scarce rain, provides an ideal landscape for solar thermalpower. The tower outside Seville, built and operated by Solcar, an Abengoa company, is the first of a number of solar thermal plants and will provide about 10 megawatts of power.

The company Sener is completing Andasol 1, the first parabolic trough plant in Europea 50-megawatt system outside Granada that will begin operation in the summer of 2008.

Unlike photovoltaic panels, which harness the movement of electrons between layers of a solar cell when the sun strikes the material, solar thermal power works by utilizing the heat of the sun. CSP has until recently cost nearly twice as much as traditional naturalgas or coal power plants, and it is effective only on a large scale.

“You need a very large budget to set up a concentrated solar power system,” says Eduardo Zarza, director of concentrating solar research at the Solar Platform of Almera (PSA in Spanish), a research, development, and testing center.