Auto/Mate Integrates DMS with DDI Technology's Vehicle Title and Registration Solutions - AutoSuccessOnline

Auto/Mate Integrates DMS with DDI Technology’s Vehicle Title and Registration Solutions

Auto/Mate's DMS customers can now use DDI Technology's solutions to improve workflow, reduce fraud and errors, eliminate paper storage and keep data secure.

Auto/Mate Dealership Systems announced recently it has successfully completed all dealership management system (DMS) integrations with DDI Technology, an established provider of vehicle title and registration services for auto dealerships. Auto/Mate’s DMS customers can now use DDI Technology’s solutions to improve workflow, reduce fraud and errors, eliminate paper storage and keep data secure.

“The vehicle title and registration process can be slow and laborious, so having a specialized service will allow our customers to speed up the process and improve the customer experience,” said Mike Esposito, president and CEO of Auto/Mate.

“Our solutions are customizable so Auto/Mate’s customers can feel confident that our specialists can work with their current process,” said Glenn Thames, president of DDI Technology. “Dealers can eliminate headaches and save valuable hours associated with researching state requirements and completing state documents for lien adds, refinances, duplicate title and owner or state transfers.”

DDI Technology supports electronic vehicle registration in Florida, Georgia, Indiana and South Carolina. It’s Premier TRST service can assist dealerships with title and registration management in all 50 states.

Auto/Mate’s integration program, Open/Mate, is based on open standards so that third-party vendors can easily integrate with the DMS. Auto/Mate’s open integration program keeps integration costs low for vendors, saving auto dealers money while providing them with more vendor choices.

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