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Reynolds and RouteOne Integrate eContracting, docuPAD

December 9, 2014

DAYTON, Ohio — The Reynolds and Reynolds Company and RouteOne have reached an agreement to integrate RouteOne’s eContracting system with Reynolds’ docuPAD software, which will provide dealerships with the capability to efficiently capture electronic signatures for vehicle financing eContracts directly from docuPAD workstations and send them to RouteOne.

“Signing RouteOne eContracts along with vehicle funding package documents on a docuPAD screen allows for a smoother eContracting process in the dealership’s F&I office,” said Jon Strawsburg, vice president of Product Planning at Reynolds and Reynolds. “The new integration streamlines the electronic signature process and helps ensure better accuracy and compliance tracking. It also will provide a more consistent experience for consumers and a more transparent interaction, both of which can lead to better customer satisfaction.”

Previously, F&I managers switched between applications and technology to sign RouteOne contracts and other related documents. This new functionality between docuPAD and RouteOne eliminates a cumbersome process and allows F&I managers to execute contracts and other ancillary funding documents in one place, integrated with the entire vehicle sales process in docuPAD.

“We’re pleased to extend our relationship with Reynolds by integrating the RouteOne eContracting system with docuPAD, which will enable dealers to electronically transmit funding package documents from docuPAD to RouteOne, eliminating the need to fax them,” said RouteOne CEO Mike Jurecki. “RouteOne’s goal has always been to provide a seamless, complete solution to accommodate the F&I process for dealers and lenders, and the new integration with docuPAD helps both RouteOne and our customers move closer to that goal.”

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