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GrooveCar Says Dealership Clients Can Submit Apps Via Dealertrack Network

HAUPPAUGE, NY — GrooveCar announced that its dealership clients will be able to submit credit applications to their connected credit unions via the Dealertrack Credit Application Network.

“The Dealertrack product delivers a seamless and efficient experience to those engaged in all aspects of purchasing a vehicle. We are thrilled to provide this solution and to be part of the Dealertrack Credit Application Network,” stated Frank Rinaudo, senior vice president, GrooveCar.

Dealertrack delivers an electronic credit application network connecting dealers with financing sources for fast and accurate application decisioning, Dealertrack said.

“Working with leading industry providers, such as GrooveCar, helps dealers and lenders take advantage of digital technologies to transform their business processes,” said Mark Furcolo, senior vice president, lender solutions, Dealertrack. “Our F&I Dealflow Advantage, which the Dealertrack Credit Application Network is part of, unites the online to in-store car buying journey to deliver a transparent, efficient process for consumers, dealers and lenders.”

Dealertrack also offers an integrated suite of origination, contracting and vehicle title management solutions for lenders, including digital retailing, advanced data analytics, vehicle valuation, electronic document and expedited title release services and solutions.

GrooveCar said it continues to provide dealers with greater options for increasing applications to credit unions. AppTrac, a GrooveCar developed product, will still be available to dealers.

“We recognize that there are many more dealers who feel comfortable with using Dealertrack, we want to make sure they have the option to use either of these two resources,” explained Indira Khan, GrooveCar’s vice president of credit union relations. “As GrooveCar expands into new markets, this plug-and-play financing solution provided by Dealertrack will offer ease of operations necessary to accomplish this. At the end of the day, it’s all about getting the financing over to the credit union. We feel this move meets this goal.”

As cited in: CU Today