RouteOne and Tekion Announce Integrated Electronic Contracting and Signature Capabilities for Dealers
RouteOne and Tekion announce the integration of their automotive retailing platforms to better serve dealers and improve the digital workflow for consumers. Tekion’s native Automotive Retail Cloud platform is now integrated to RouteOne’s credit application and eContracting solutions. This robust integration allows dealers utilizing Tekion to seamlessly push customer data from Tekion to RouteOne so they can continue to work their deal through the finance and insurance process, including validation of the eContract with their selected finance source. This integration serves as the foundation for future, modern consumer experiences.
Consumers now have more flexibility to complete as much of the process online as they wish, prior to coming into the store for delivery.
RouteOne has the largest network of eContracting finance sources in the industry and is now available through Tekion for retail and lease contracts. Dealers can meet the expectations of the modern consumer with RouteOne’s online credit application and remote eSigning platform integrated through Tekion. This enables dealers to present F&I options and capture a digital signature for sales contracts in-store on a tablet or 100% remote via Tekion’s Zero-Contact Digital Sales application. Consumers now have more flexibility to complete as much of the process online as they wish, prior to coming into the store for delivery.
“We are delighted to bring the power of Tekion as an integrated partner to our dealer network,” stated John Earles, Director, Major Accounts at RouteOne. “We have a shared dedication to innovate the automotive retail experience for our dealers and their consumers.”
“We’re thrilled to partner with RouteOne to simplify and modernize the consumer buying experience,” said Guru Sankararaman, CFO and VP of Operations at Tekion. “Our integrated technologies will bring new digital capabilities to dealers, enabling improved efficiencies and providing convenience for all users.”
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