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RouteOne Joins MOBI

RouteOne is enabling dealers to respond to continually increasing consumer expectations with highly configurable mobile tools and services that allow them to create individually optimized customer experiences.

RouteOne LLC, an innovative technology leader that is powering the automotive retailing industry’s response to the digital age, recently announced that it has joined Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI) — a global consortium of industry leading automakers, technology based startups and other mobility players.

As a member of MOBI, RouteOne will collaborate with industry leaders in pursuit of the creation of a minimum viable ecosystem that aims to standardize blockchain and related technologies to bring transparency and trust to the industry, consumers, and communities and reduce frictions and transaction costs in mobility. RouteOne is enabling dealers, OEMs, FinTechs and finance sources to respond to continually increasing consumer expectations with highly configurable mobile tools and services that allow all of these players to create individually optimized customer experiences; all while helping dealers manage compliance obligations in the F&I office.

“It’s RouteOne’s continued dedication to innovation that is fueling our collaboration with MOBI,” said Justin Oesterle, RouteOne’s CEO. “As a participating member, we are eager to contribute to, and benefit from, the MOBI’s innovation process as we actively engage in creating the automotive retailing of the future.  We believe that MOBI will benefit our owners, our customers, and the industry.”

With over 100 member companies and growing, MOBI is collaborating with a wide variety of players in the mobility and blockchain space. The company is working with many of the world’s largest automakers and mobility ecosystem players, along with numerous start-ups, nonprofits, governments, transit agencies, and technology companies.

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