Posts Tagged ‘auto industry


Nowcom Partners with IADAC for 2013

Los Angeles, CA – November 26,2012 – Nowcom Corporation has become a member of the Independent Automobile Dealers Association of California (IADAC) for 2013.  Attending the IADAC 2012 Annual Conference in October, 2012, Nowcom is working with IADAC to form a stronger relationship to better service the California independent auto dealers.


The Independent Automobile Dealers Association of California (IADAC) is comprised of professionals committed to promoting the ethical practices of the automobile industry. IADAC’s mission is to anticipate, recognize and respond to the industry’s need for education, information and resources with the goal of improving customer confidence and
satisfaction. Incorporated in 1958, IADAC is the only association that provides representation before regulatory agencies and advocates fair legislation on behalf of independent dealers and their customers. IADAC provides value and opportunity to its members to increase their profitability and business success.

About Nowcom

Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Nowcom the leading provider of dealer management solutions, specifically catering to the independent dealer’s needs., an all-in-one dealer management software system that allows the dealer full control over their sales, inventory, credit reports, insurance offering and
financing. As an authorized reseller, Nowcom can grant dealerships access to all major services including credit bureaus, book services andother services popular with independent dealers. Nowcom’s staff has an extensive background in the automotive industry that prides themselves on their supreme level of customer service. Learn more about Nowcom at:



Black Friday in the Auto Industry

Black Friday is not only about shopping at department stores, it also includes for some people shopping for a vehicle at an auto dealership.  Today is a very big day for the auto industry to come out strong with reasonable prices on their inventory. reports that car buyers tend to pay 4.7 percent less than msrp on an average day.  The discounts are expected to be about 7.5 percent off the vehicle’s sticker price today.  So I would like to wish all you dealerships a happy black Friday and go out and sell some cars!

To read the full article about Black Friday from WVNS new, please click here.