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Dealertrack uniFI Completes Paperless Workflow With Digital Contracting

Dealertrack announced the integration of its proprietary electronic contracting solution with Dealertrack uniFI, promising a paperless lead-to-contract workflow facilitated by a single platform.

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Get the Inside Edge on F&I Product Review and Approval at PALS

Stephen McDaniel will brief attendees on remaining compliant throughout the review and approval of F&I products.

ADV Adds Nelson as VP and Partner

Twenty-year industry veteran and former NAE/NWAN executive Ryan Nelson has joined Advanced Dealer Solutions as an executive vice president and partner.

O’Loughlin Returns to Compliance Summit

Resident compliance expert will discuss the regulations surrounding the automotive industry and dealers’ plights with fraud and legal challenges.

Wolfe Joins RoadVantage as CFO

RoadVantage has named Scott Wolfe as its new chief financial officer. Executives said Wolfe’s background and experience are a perfect fit for the growing company.

Register This Week for Your Chance to Win a Free Stay at Industry Summit

Attendees are encouraged to register for the 2019 Industry Summit this week to receive a $100 discount and the chance to win a free hotel stay in New Orleans.

Childers to Lead NAE/NWAN Business Development Team

National Automotive Experts and NWAN’s Cliff Childers has been promoted from account executive to national business development manager.

Maxims Acquire DealerMax, Plan National Expansion

Jim Maxim Jr. and Jim Maxim Sr. have made DealerMax the new home of their Profit By Design F&I development platform and plan to rapidly expand the Boston-based company’s national footprint.

Universal Launches ZERO Down Payment Program

Universal Lenders announced the launch of the ZERO Down payment program, a new option for car buyers who wish to buy F&I products with no down payment.

Fed Cuts Interest Rates Again, Stock Market Responds

Stock are on the rise following the second quarter-point reduction to the federal funds rate in less than two months. No further cuts are planned for this year or next, guaranteeing further pressure from the White House.