Superior Integrated Solutions Now Largest Integrator for Dealertrack’s Opentrack
June 04, 2015
ISELIN, N.J. — Superior Integrated Solutions (SIS), an integration provider for auto dealerships, announced that that it is the largest integrator for the Dealertrack Technologies Opentrack platform, with more than 1 million real-time transactions a day.
Opentrack allows dealers to choose from more than 100 best-in-class solution providers to help streamline operations, reduce data entry errors and increase productivity. It offers secure, seamless integration, all through the flexibility of an open platform. Superior Integrated Solutions is certified or approved to provide integration services for 14 DMS providers. It also serves as an integration service provider for multiple OEMS, CRM companies, F&I product providers, F&I menus, vehicle appraisal tools, DMV technology providers and much more.
“Over 30 million tractions a month is by far the most data being moved via the Opentrack platform by any one company,” said Phillip Battista, CEO for Superior Integrated Solutions. “We can take on this incredible volume because of our unique ability to handle real-time data integration. SIS is seeing companies ‘outgrow’ their current integration plan. As they look at making their solutions more functional and move from batch-type integration to real-time, on-demand data access, we are one of the very few, if not the only, integration company that can make that happen, and make it happen for 14 different DMS’s.”
SIS goes to great lengths to ensure data security and stability and provide peace-of-mind to its dealers, officials said. The company has more than $1 million invested in state-of-the-art technology residing in its Tier III fully hosted facility. SSAE16 certified compliance, paired with 2N redundancy and a 100 percent uptime guarantee, provide superior security and stability.
“In fact, SIS is so confident in the security of its solution that it’s backed by a $3 million guarantee in the event of data breech. The company is also bonded up to $5 million,” read the company’s press release.