RouteOne will make its full eContracting signature process available for the Reynolds and Reynolds® docuPAD® solution. Dealers utilizing RouteOne’s eContracting with docuPAD will receive all the benefits of RouteOne eContracting while providing their customers with the engaging and seamless closing experience of a vehicle sale transaction on docuPAD. This integration is a valuable functional integration that enhances the current eContracting data integration that is available between a Reynolds and Reynolds dealership management system and RouteOne eContracting.
“We are pleased to provide dealers RouteOne’s eContracting signature functionality within the Reynolds and Reynolds docuPAD,” stated Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. “This robust and innovative integration will enhance the overall finance and insurance process for both dealers and their customers.”
RouteOne continues to lead the auto finance industry with eContracting. Its volume in 2015 reached 2 million contracts booked and has exceeded 5 million since inception. Momentum is accelerating because of strong participation by finance sources, and a growing list of over 5,200 dealers with coverage in all 50 states. Growth is further building because dealers can easily leverage their current DMSs and DSPs, like Reynolds and Reynolds, in support of the eContracting process through open integrations to the RouteOne platform. Finally, it provides compliance auditing throughout the entire contracting life-cycle, and a flexible, consumer-friendly signing process that can be done using signature pads, tablets, or nearly any touch-screen device.
“Adding this new functionality between docuPAD and RouteOne allows F&I managers to execute contracts and other funding documents more efficiently and seamlessly in docuPAD,” said Robert Schaefer, vice president of OEM Relations and Data Services at Reynolds and Reynolds. “Overall, the availability of RouteOne’s eContracting signature process in docuPAD is one more advantage for F&I managers that use docuPAD, including the large number of Ford and Toyota dealerships that are RouteOne customers.”
Reynolds’ docuPAD is an interactive, flat touch-screen F&I selling and document processing system for automotive dealerships. With docuPAD, F&I managers can more effectively engage consumers and more efficiently handle the finance and insurance steps of a vehicle transaction, while electronically documenting the process, including electronic signature capture.
RouteOne was formed in 2002 by Ally Financial, Ford Motor Credit Company, TD Auto Finance, and Toyota Financial Services to improve the F&I process for automobile dealers and their customers. Connecting thousands of dealers and finance sources in North America for vehicle financing, RouteOne’s platform delivers a comprehensive suite of F&I solutions across multiple channels: in-store, online, mobile, and via third-party solutions. Its flagship products include credit applications, eContracting, compliance, desking, and online/mobile retail services. In addition, RouteOne enables dealer choice across a wide variety of best-in-class providers through open integrations with over 130 DSPs. More information is available at www.routeone.com.
Reynolds and Reynolds was founded in 1866 as a forms printing company in Dayton, Ohio and began serving the needs of automotive retailers in 1927. Today, Reynolds and Reynolds provides automobile dealers software, services, and forms to help dealerships maximize sales and profits and improve business results. The company is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, with major operations in Houston and College Station, Texas, and Celina, Ohio. More information is available at www.reyrey.com.