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Freightliner Introduces Sales Tool Application for the iPad

Freightliner Trucks announced the introduction of its Freightliner Sales Tool App for iPad, which is provided to Freightliner dealers as a complete resource for technical and operational information that encompasses the entire Freightliner product line, including on-highway, vocational, medium-duty, and severe-duty truck applications.

"We developed this app so our Freightliner sales professionals would have a way to rapidly respond to their trucking customers‚ pertinent needs and questions in real time," said Lori Heino-Royer, special project manager for Daimler Trucks North America. "The portability of iPad allows the presentation and discussion of relevant Freightliner product benefits while standing with the customer, right next to the vehicles."

The Freightliner App hosts a catalog of product details, including truck model specs, videos, photos and more, allowing dealers and customers to have access to detailed product information for vehicles not available in the showroom for viewing.

Also, with iPad, dealers will have instant access to the Daimler Truck Financial point-of-sale website, F&IPro. Freightliner sales personnel can upload and submit credit applications, present terms and payments through the loan or lease calculator, and generate contracts and other customer documents through one simple portal.

The iPad was selected for its ease-use, large, high-resolution display and innovative Multi-Touch interface. Plus, with the ability to connect to the Internet via WiFi or 3G, iPad is the perfect mobile device for traveling sales professionals.

"Our new app, combined with iPad, transforms the traditional sales method into a more efficient process, helping us focus on business growth that will arise as a result of improved productivity and product knowledge," said Mark Lampert, senior vice president of sales and marketing for DTNA.

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