One View Upgrades Dealership Data Management Capabilities

One View Upgrades Dealership Data Management Capabilities

The new system incorporates the highest standards of data security with a user-friendly, mobile-enabled interface that makes it easier and faster for dealerships to archive, access and retain DMS documents.

One View, an auto industry-specific data solution specialist, announced the full transition of its customer base to the recently launched One View Vault. The company has officially sunset its former platform, Web-View. The new state-of-the-art system incorporates the highest standards of data security with a user-friendly, mobile-enabled interface that makes it easier and faster for dealerships to archive, access and retain DMS documents.

“We heard from our dealer clients that they wanted a faster, more user-friendly system,” said David DeHaven, One View founder and CEO. “One View Vault delivers that ease of use along with innovative permissions, workflow tools and the highest levels of security, to help our clients find and use information more effectively to improve business performance. It also sets us up to implement several new products coming soon.”

One View Vault is unique because it is compatible with all DMS vendors. Dealerships can securely and easily archive and access their data anytime and anywhere via any web browser. Thousands of existing customers, including large dealership groups such as Hendrick Automotive Group, have already transitioned to the new platform. Dealers own their data and have the freedom to utilize it in any manner.

Documents across dealership departments can be easily archived and stored. Fixed operations can capture repair orders, service invoices, parts invoices, technician’s notes, and more. Intelligent Exception Reports protect dealerships from audits.

Sales departments can electronically capture all deals and upload deal jackets directly to One View Vault from the DMS. Full deals, or other documents referenced during the sales process, can easily be retrieved, printed, emailed, or downloaded.

Accounting departments can COLD month-end files or scan in documents to provide an auditor or CPA access to specific accounting records to make audits fast and painless.

As a SOC 2 certified organization, One View is held to the highest standards of data security. Developed by the American Institute of CPAs, SOC 2 defines criteria for managing customer data based on security, among other service principles.

All dealership DMS data is sent to One View Vault through encrypted transmission methods and databases are backed up redundantly to multiple datacenters to ensure business continuity and data integrity.

“Data security has become one of our customers’ top priorities,’” said DeHaven. “We’ve always maintained a secure, top-of-the-line data center, but this certification allows us to ensure we are doing everything possible to put our customers’ minds at ease.”

For more information about One View Vault, visit https://bit.ly/3iRWsN6.

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