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US Equity Advantage Now Integrated with Dealertrack’s Menu and Aftermarket Network


ORLANDO, Fla.– US Equity Advantage® (USEA) announced today that it is now integrated with Dealertrack’s Menu and Aftermarket Network solutions.

A leading provider of biweekly payment programs for the automotive industry with more than 100 combined years of F&I experience, USEA services more types of menu software systems than anyone in the industry, according to CEO Robert Steenbergh. The addition of Dealertrack, a leading provider of software solutions and services for automotive retailers, significantly expands the company’s current reach in more than 4,000 dealerships nationwide.

USEA data has revealed that dealerships sell approximately 57 percent more F&I products on biweekly deals as opposed to standard retail deals. The new integration agreement will allow Dealertrack dealers to reap similar benefits supported by USEA’s high-touch service including in-store training and hands-on in-house dealer support designed to increase F&I sales performance and customer satisfaction. “We look forward to adding the dealers using Dealertrack to our nationwide family of automotive partners,” Steenbergh said.

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F&I Express and NAE Ink E-Contracting Deal


PALOS VERDES – Intersection Technologies, Inc and its aftermarket industry e-contracting platform of F&I Express announced that it has signed an agreement to provide NAE dealers electronic rating and e-contracting for the full suite of NAE products.

It provides the dealer one place to go to rate, e-contract and e-sign for all of their aftermarket F&I product administrators and
providers.

F&I Express will be offering the NAE dealers and strategic partners the ability to rate and e-contract all of NAE products including extended service contracts, limited warranties and ancillary products.

The F&I Express process requires no redundant data entry for the dealer and provides a great User Interface to make the process very easy.

“The addition of NAE to the F&I Express platform provides the market place a clear signal that the way that dealers contract aftermarket products will change” said Brian Reed, CEO of Intersection Technologies, Inc.

“NAE recognizes that preparing aftermarket F&I products on 5-ply forms with no electronic connectivity will be a thing of the past before you know it” Reed said.

“NAE has embarked on a process to continue our support of our dealers by providing them an electronic contracting process via the F&I Express platform that will help streamline their processes in the dealership” said Kelly Price, President of NAE.

“We share the vision of F&I Express that the way dealers contract aftermarket F&I products will change and we want to be a part enabling the change at our partner dealers. This will allow our dealers to process contracts more efficiently, without error, saving EVERYONE time and money in processing deals. This also avoids the unnecessary resigns and cancellations that occur due to errors in plan or pricing selection.” Price said.

The NAE e-contracting process will be unveiled at the 2011 F&I Management and Technology Conference in Las Vegas scheduled for September 26-28, 2011.

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