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Compliance Auditing Firm TDC Forms Strategic Partnership With Accelerated Service International

NEW YORK — Total Dealer Compliance (TDC), a car dealership compliance-auditing firm with an E-Learning Platform, today announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with Accelerated Service International (ASI), the industry leader that provides innovative products and superior service to its customers, dealers and agents, to mitigate the risks a car dealer faces from regulators.

The strategic partnership will provide a comprehensive solution to ASI’s general agents and dealerships across North America to create a culture of compliance that will proactively reduce exposure from federal regulations within Sales, BDC, F&I, Fixed Ops, HR, and IT departments. Additionally, increased compliance results in transparency and improves customer experience. Total Dealer Compliance’s e-learning platform, which boasts over 20 online courses, will be available to ASI’s family for continual education and certification.

“Accelerated Service International has been focusing on automobile dealerships, financial institutions and the agents who serve them, for over 20 years. We’ve built our reputation on tailoring our expertise to fit the business needs of our clients which is why we are delighted to partner with TDC,” said Peter Masi, President and CEO of ASI. “We believe that our combined approach and complementary operations will showcase our commitment to service over 200 general agents and 2,000 dealerships across North America.”

“As the national leader in auto dealer compliance solutions and services, this partnership is a natural extension of our existing business relationship and we are delighted to form this strategic partnership,” said Max Zanan, President of Total Dealer Compliance. “By combining our strength and resources, we look forward to providing a comprehensive solution for car dealers to ensure compliance with Federal regulations, while bringing the best-quality services to our customers.”

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