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Dealer360 and GForces announce partnership

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PHOTOGRAPHIC turntable company Dealer360 has launched a dynamic showcasing software opportunity for clients using the GForces NetDirector platform.

Sister company UK Turntables has an established partnership with GForces, offering turntable-based photographic booths. The Dealer360 product – which gives retailers the opportunity to advertise vehicles with 360-degree views of the interior and exterior – has now been made available to NetDirector clients, and the company said it was quickly proving successful with the dealers and car supermarkets that had been first to experience it.

The product is fully compatible with the NetDirector platform and introduces potential car buyers to a world of interactivity when browsing used cars on the internet.


It can accommodate vehicles up to the size of a motorhome, displaying images in a plug-in player that adapts to a wide range of devices and screen sizes.

The partnership with GForces means that any NetDirector client can use Dealer360 on their website. With the plug-in enabled, 360-degree imagery will automatically be uploaded for any vehicles captured and be visible on their website within minutes.

Nigel Spratt, pictured, managing director of UK Turntables and Dealer360, said: ‘Once again, GForces have demonstrated their willingness to embrace a new and innovative product by working with us in bringing turntable-based interactive 360 to their client base.’

GForces retail director Paul Hilton said: ‘Customer experience and the buyer journey is always at the heart of GForces products and services.


‘With the addition of the Dealer360 plug-in, our clients can deliver a more dynamic experience with ease and within minutes.’

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