Breadcrumb Home February 03, 2014 12:00 AM Fixed-ops exhibitions at NADA 2014 This year, dealers and their staffs swarmed exhibitors that offered service write-up apps, smart Web sites and other fixed-ops software. Tweet Share Share Email More Toggle Fullscreen Share JOE WILSSENS Ashley Koreman, a senior sales trainer at vAuto, demonstrates the company's Conquest new-vehicle inventory management tool to Brian Lam, general manager of DCH Paramus Honda in Paramus, N.J. Toggle Fullscreen Share JOE WILSSENS Dealertrack Technologies raised $100,000 for charity raffling this 2014 Corvette Stingray parked at its booth. Toggle Fullscreen Share JOE WILSSENS Attendees fill the Dealertrack Technologies booth to check out the company's new dealer management system, inventory-management software and other products. Toggle Fullscreen Share JOE WILSSENS Jeff Adams, product planning manager at Reynolds and Reynolds, shows how a radio frequency identification reader in the service department can identify a vehicle and greet the customer. Toggle Fullscreen Share JOE WILSSENS Chrysler displays its mobile wiAdvisor, which aims to speed write-ups in dealership service lanes. Toggle Fullscreen Share JOE WILSSENS Susan Bensinger, product manager at ADP Dealer Services, shows a new e-payment system for service customers to Jeff Kahlig, CFO of the Kahlig Auto Group in San Antonio. Toggle Fullscreen Share JOE WILSSENS Siamack Zahabi II, national sales manager at VinSolutions, shows service department software to Bobbie Herron, digital sales and marketing director for Garber Automotive Group in Saginaw, Mich.