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Auto/Mate Integrates DMS With Oplogic’s Dealer Operator


ALBANY, N.Y. — Auto/Mate Dealership Systems’ dealer management system is now fully integrated with Oplogic’s Dealer Operator CRM solution. Dealers using both offerings will benefit from the increased sales and operations intelligence shared in real time between the two systems.

“Oplogic offers a comprehensive product suite to manage leads and customer contacts to increase sales; including CRM, desking, equity mining, call tracking, ILM, compliance and direct marketing,” said Mike Esposito, president and CEO of Auto/Mate.

Auto/Mate designed its Open/Mate program using open standards to provide an affordable integration experience for third-party vendors. The more vendors that integrate with each other, the greater cost savings dealerships are able to achieve.

“We’re happy our customers have choices when it comes to dealership management system (DMS) providers,” said John Parent, president of Oplogic. “Auto/Mate’s DMS is one of the best choices for software and support, and their integration program is relatively inexpensive, so we can pass those cost savings and efficiencies directly to our dealership clients.”

Auto/Mate is a DMS vendor servicing 1,350 dealerships, including large auto groups and single-store franchises. For more information, visit www.automate.com.

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VinSolutions Desking Tool Integrates With Autosoft DMS


MISSION, Kan. — The VinConnect Desking tool now integrates with the Autosoft dealer management system, allowing the two systems to share information in real time, VinSolutions announced.

The integration between VinConnect desking and Autosoft FLEX F&I allows the two services to exchange information, eliminating redundancies while increasing efficiency for dealers.

“This integration between two leading software companies reinforces our commitment to providing seamless solutions for our customers,” said Sean Stapleton, vice president of sales and marketing at VinSolutions. “As technology evolves, dealership software solutions will only communicate with each other more.”

Autosoft data is automatically pulled in real time and stored in the VinConnect CRM database when dealers are desking a deal. The push-and-pull flow of data negates the need for double data entry and improves data accuracy.

For more information on the integration between VinConnect Desking and Autosoft FLEX F&I, click here.

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Spiffit Announces Certified Integration With Dealertrack


DENVER — Spiffit, a SaaS provider of automotive retail sales incentive management dashboards, announced this week that Dealertrack Technologies has certified the integration of its application with the software provider’s dealer management system (DMS).

The new incentive interface, approved via Dealertrack’s Opentrack Certification Program, will give Dealertrack’s users the ability to efficiently manage and operate Spiffs directly from their Dealertrack DMS.

“This integration gives Dealertrack DMS users the opportunity to easily implement and manage Spiff programs,” stated Sean Ugrin, CEO and founder of Spiffit. “Forward thinking and innovative Dealertrack dealership customers using Spiffit’s sales performance application dashboards can expect see increased sales and improved management of incentive programs.

Sharon Kitzman, vice president and general manager of DealerTrack DMS, added: “Dealertrack’s DMS Opentrack Certification Program allows dealers to securely integrate their Dealertrack DMS with certified third-party providers and software like Spiffit. In addition to Spiffit, there are more than 70 certified Opentrack partners.”

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Auto/Mates Completes DMS Integration with BMW


ALBANY, N.Y. — Auto/Mate Dealership Systems has completed integration of its dealership management system, Automotive Management Productivity Suite (AMPS), with BMW of North America (BMWNA)’s DMS Data Transfer system.

BMW dealers using Auto/Mate’s DMS can now enjoy seamless bi-directional information exchange with BMWNA.

“Having a fully integrated solution will save BMW dealers both time and money as it speeds up daily processes and eliminates loss of data, redundant data entry and other inefficiencies,” said Mike Esposito, president and CEO of Auto/Mate Dealership Systems.

Auto/Mate has completed integration of the following qualified interfaces with BMWNA’s DMS Data Transfer system: retail delivery reporting (RDR), vehicle inventory download, financial statements and fixed ops such as service appointments and parts inventory.

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Reynolds Integrates Payment Solution Into DMS


DAYTON, Ohio and ATLANTA — The Reynolds and Reynolds Co. and Global Payments Inc. announced an agreement this week to offer point-of-sale, electronic payment solutions for automotive dealerships.

As part of the agreement between the two companies, Reynolds will add Global Payments’ payments technology across Reynolds dealership management system (DMS) platforms and software solutions to deliver secure electronic payment solutions in-store, online and on mobile devices.

“Consumers today expect their experience with the dealership to mirror their experiences with other retailers,” said Ron Lamb, president of Reynolds and Reynolds. “That expectation applies whether the consumer is browsing the dealer’s website or paying for service at the dealership. To meet those expectations, dealers are looking for the tools that support a familiar shopping experience for consumers. Certainly, one of those tools is secure, efficient payment processing with the dealership.”

Lamb noted that adding payment technology will also deliver a number of productivity benefits for dealership personnel, in addition to the consumer benefits.

“This partnership demonstrates the strength of Global Payments’ distribution, combined with a differentiated service offering,” said Eddie Myers, president of Global Payments’ Integrated Solutions division. “Our ability to provide a breadth of integrated payment processing products and services is ideally suited to meet the needs of automotive dealerships, especially when combined with the strength of Reynolds’ other technology offerings. We continue to expand our technology channel across different vertical markets and segments.”

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Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Teams with Integrated Dealer Systems


MINNEAPOLIS – Wolters Kluwer Financial Services announced that Integrated Dealer Systems, a provider of dealer management software (DMS) for the recreational vehicle (RV) and marine industries, will integrate the Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ AppOne® platform with its Astra G2 product.

The integration will help RV and marine dealerships manage the sales and F&I process more efficiently.

AppOne helps to automate the indirect lending, credit approval and compliance processes for vehicle dealerships and lenders. Astra G2’s Sales and F&I module helps dealers seamlessly manage and monitor every step of the sales process from prospect management through the closing.

Through a new AppOne interface in Astra G2, dealers can pull all of the needed financial data already entered into the DMS system to populate credit applications and easily submit them to lenders for approval via AppOne. This eliminates duplicate data entry, helping make the processing of loan applications faster and less error-prone.

Once submitted, dealers can also access and print Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ state-specific Bankers Systems® loan documents, including retail installment contracts and required ancillary forms, from within AppOne.

The Bankers Systems line of documents is built upon more than 50 years of experience and is protected by Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ limited compliance warranty.

“This relationship will allow our dealers to save time and simplify both the credit application and contract creation process,” said Grant Farrer, dealer development manager at Integrated Dealer Systems. “At the same time, we can help them connect with lending sources that are using AppOne.”

“By helping more dealerships access AppOne, our lender customers can gain peace of mind knowing that the challenges surrounding document preparation are being addressed before each loan application crosses their desk,” said Jason Marx, vice president and general manager of Indirect Lending and Mortgage at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services.

“We are excited to work with Integrated Dealer Systems and further our commitment to the recreational lending market.”

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