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Crisorio to Helm Processes and Controls Panel at Compliance Summit

August 2, 2016

AS VEGAS — Organizers of the upcoming Compliance Summit have announced that United Development Systems Inc. (UDS)’s Brian Crisorio will lead a panel discussion dedicated to “Easy-to-Implement Processes and Controls” at the 2016 event, which will be held Aug. 29–30 at Paris Las Vegas as part of the annual Industry Summit.

“Our industry has really turned the corner on compliance, and now it’s time to hit the gas,” said Crisorio, who serves as vice president of marketing for UDS. “The experts on this panel are going to deliver simple, actionable processes and controls and prove you can be successful and maintain a compliant dealership culture.”

The session, “Where the Rubber Meets the Road,” will begin at 4:45 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 29. Crisorio will be joined by Erika Ahern, general counsel for CNA National Warranty Corp., Doug Fusco, founder and CEO of Dealer Safeguard Solutions, and Brian Reed, president and CEO of F&I Express.

“Brian and his panel are experts at translating the language of compliance into the language spoken online, on the show floor and in the box,” said David Gesualdo, show chair and publisher of Auto Dealer Today and F&I and Showroom. “This panel will serve as a practical guide to applying compliance education to your sales and F&I processes.”

Compliance Summit attendees are also invited to attend any Industry Summit session and sit for the Certified Automotive Compliance Specialist exam, both for no additional charge.

Registration for Compliance Summit is open now. Attendees who register by August 5 will save $100. To inquire about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, contact David Gesualdo via email or at 727-947-4027.

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