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Omega Introduces Virtual Salesman & New Dealer Portal at CES

Bob Connacher giving 12volt News a demo of the "Virtual Salesman" on the North Hall floor.

Bob Connacher giving 12volt News a demo of the “Virtual Salesman” on the North Hall floor.

LAS VEGAS, NV (01.08.2016) – Omega Research & Development Technologies, Inc. is introducing their new dealer portal, at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. The center piece of the portal is a very sophisticated, very interactive, customizable system designer called Virtual Salesman.

It features a highly evolved quoting engine which is pre-loaded with information on Omega’s entire product line. During set up, the Dealer selects which Omega products they carry, set their own pricing, set their own labor rates, select which features are included or which are paid-for upgrades, and more.


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Virtual Salesman can then be used to easily gather important customer info, such as what their vehicle make & model is. What type of system they are shopping for (Security, Remote Start, Combo’s, OEM upgrade, etc). What particular features are important to them, etc. Then it takes that info, and using the inventory selection the dealer carries, will tailor a custom system for each customer. Virtual salesman will even suggest available upgrades and accessories that fit the install. And since the Virtual salesman will only present the Omega products the Dealer stocks, there’s a unique Virtual Salesman available for every dealer”


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Product development manager and designer of Virtual Salesman, Mike Thompson says “Our dealer base is as diverse as our product line and we realize how challenging it can be to understand all the potentials for every customer and vehicle. Virtual Salesman ensures that our dealers will maximize their dollars per sale, increase their close ratio, and do it with pin-point accuracy. Virtual Salesman is powered by the OmegaLink vehicle database and automatically matches interface modules and data start systems to the selected vehicle.

The system can be setup in minutes, and if dealers really want to bring Virtual Salesman to life, it offers custom vehicle profiles that allow them to limit which systems are offered per vehicle, choose their preferred interface, and even adjust the total labor for perfect estimates every time. Once customers design their system, Virtual Salesman will email the quote to the customer & dealer with contact info, itemized list of all parts, upgrades, and accessories for easy follow-up and scheduling.

Virtual Salesman will be available in a retail kiosk for counter top and wall-mount display. Or, dealers can use any web enabled device like tablets or smartphones to qualify customers and offer them a thorough, customized experience.

Visit Omega at CES North Hall Booth 2100 for information and a demonstration.

Visit for more info and to sign up today. Sign up before March 1st to qualify for specials.

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