WorkMachines.com – Your Online Sales and Leasing Marketplace

Today, nearly 86% of all customers shop online. Roughly 35% of those sales from a mobile devices. A recent article from Forbes suggests if you are not listing equipment where customers can compare prices across different vendors, you are not positioned to sell. Do not miss out on the platform that changes the way you sell, rent, and lease commercial equipment and gives your customers transparency and ease finding the right machine for their needs. WorkMachines.com is our favorite commercial equipment marketplace for listing heavy equipment across Transportation, Construction, & Agriculture.

WorkMachines.com gives buyers renters an intuitive and user-friendly browsing experience. They can filter by equipment type, and then search listings to find the size price and size to suit their needs. Buyers can like/bookmark equipment they are interested in, or they can email and call dealers directly.

Whether you are a dealer or rental house, it is simple to sign up for vendor account and start listing equipment right away. Work Machines puts equipment live on the marketplace in less than 15 seconds of signing up. Then you can focus on what matters most to you–your customers.

Once live on the marketplace, WorkMachines.com provides a dealer portal for managing their sales easier and faster. They can create & manage leads, track call details, and even contact previous customers about promotions and new inventory. Work Machines CRM and marketplace listing solutions are unparalleled in the industry. Their portal gives dealers access to a powerful customer sales tools and lead generation automation.

Current advertising partners with Truck Paper, Machinery Trader, Tractor House, or Rental Yard, have an added advantage. They can upload existing inventory listings automatically and sync their inventory nightly.

Whether selling a few items of managing a lease fleet, they have advertising covered. The marketplace and CRM is great for new and used equipment. WorkMachines.com is changing the game to help heavy equipment dealers position themselves in the digital world.

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