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AppOne Update Eases Compliance Burden for BHPH Dealers

May 6, 2015

URABNDALE, Iowa — Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has released a new update for its AppOne platform, which can now accommodate multiple payment frequencies.

Previously, the software only accommodated a monthly payment frequency. Now, the solution supports alternative payment frequencies, accommodating buy-here, pay-her dealers and other automotive retail outlets that commonly finance vehicles with differing payment schedules.

“We are excited about the latest enhancements to the AppOne platform, which allows us to expand our commitment to helping simplify complicated F&I functions and ease the overall compliance burden for our customers,” said Brad Fleener, senior director and general manager of indirect lending at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services. “There is a great need in the buy-here, pay-here space to simplify processes that will help dealers focus on their customers so they can continue to grow safely and profitably.”

AppOne is known for connecting dealers with lenders to automate and streamline the indirect lending loan origination processes. With the software enhancement, the platform offers increased simplification of the preparation of loan documents for buy-here, pay-here dealers, thereby helping to ensure regulatory compliance, reduce costs and improve margins.

For the BHPH industry, the AppOne platform allows standardization of contracts that are used by dealers, which helps ensure more compliant transactions when dealing with a wholesale buyer or lender for accounts receivable. For more information, visit www.wolterskluwerfs.com/indirect.

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