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American Auto Guardian Unveils Consumer-Facing Mobile App

August 26, 2015

Schaumburg, Ill. — American Auto Guardian Inc. (AAGI) unveiled this month a new customer-facing mobile application designed to interact with all of the F&I product providers offerings.

Available now, the app allows users to photograph and register their contracts. AAGI’s system then updates the user’s contract details and vehicle information. These features, paired with the selling dealer’s contact and location details and the ability to immediately connect to the program’s roadside assistance service, allows users to have secure electronic information at their fingertips.

“Our creative team has developed AAGI Mobile to be intuitive and valuable from the consumer’s perspective, while giving our dealer partners a more visible customer presence,” said Tim Brugh, AAGI’s president. “Within the app, one of the first things a customer will see is the dealer's phone number and address, as our goal is to drive the customer back to the selling dealer for repairs, service, questions, and future sales.”

AAGI’s new mobile app is part of the company’s technology push to get its agents and dealers to utilize the company’s online rating, contracting, remitting system, QR360, as well as its partner menu and DMS systems. Used together, the app provides a more comprehensive experience for the consumer.

“This is the just the first generation of what is a one of a kind tool for our dealers,” Brugh added. “I’m proud to offer this product to our agents, dealers, and end users, the car buying public."

For more information, visit www.aagi.com.

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