Top 4 Apps for Auto Auctions

With so much to see on the lot, speed and efficiency are key for a seamless auto auction experience.

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With so much to see on the lot, speed and efficiency are key for a seamless auto auction experience. Here are the top 4 apps to help buyers and sellers get the most out of their auto experience, according to PeopleReady.

  1. TradeRev: Can’t make it on auction day? Don’t worry, TradeRev has you covered. Designed as a mobile auction, TradeRev gives sellers the power to launch live, on-hour, real-time auctions from the palm of their hands. The app then gives buyers the ability to purchase vehicles, add transport, and research payment options, creating a complete end to end experience.
  2. Autoniq: Heading to an auction? Use Autoniq to prepare. The app provides pricing guides, market reports, vehicle histories, and a VIN scanner all in one convenient app. The app also shows auction run lists, making it easy for buyers to know which auction to visit.
  3. Evernote: Get ready for auction day by getting organized. Evernote allows users to take and upload notes, pictures, audio and video snippets into notebooks. Keep track of which cars arrive in transport and what run number they are assigned. Evernote allows you to share your notebooks with others, making it easy for your whole team to get organized.
  4. JobStack: Auction day can best be described as managed chaos. You know exactly how many workers you need to your lanes run efficiently. Whether you have a few lanes or more than 25, staffing is a priority. Use JobStack to find workers 24/7 to ensure your lanes never dry up on auction day.

PeopleReady specializes in quick and reliable on-demand labor and highly skilled workers. PeopleReady supports a wide range of blue-collar industries, including construction, manufacturing and logistics, waste and recycling, and hospitality. Leveraging its game-changing JobStack platform and 600-plus branch offices across all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Canada, PeopleReady served approximately 98,000 businesses and put more than 221,000 people to work in 2020.