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EasyCare/APCO Joins DealerTrack Aftermarket Network

December 03, 2007

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. — EasyCare/Automobile Protection Corporation (APCO) has joined the DealerTrack Aftermarket Network.

"We are very excited about this agreement with EasyCare. They are clearly among the industry leaders in automotive aftermarket services, products and training processes," said Mark O'Neil, chairman and chief executive officer of DealerTrack. "EasyCare's programs and products are offered by almost 3,000 franchised new-car dealers in the U.S., including privately branded programs for Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda and Volvo dealerships."

Dealers using the DealerTrack Aftermarket Network will have free access to real-time information on EasyCare's products and services. In addition, DealerTrack's online rating and digital contract functionality will create a faster F&I process, improve accuracy and eliminate duplicate data entry. Dealers subscribing to DealerTrack's eMenu, which is fully integrated with the Aftermarket Network, can realize even greater efficiencies.

Larry Dorfman, chairman and chief executive officer at APCO, said, "Joining the DealerTrack Aftermarket Network is a great opportunity for EasyCare to enhance the buying/selling experience for both the customer and our dealers. We believe it will drive additional sales growth for our dealers and allow us to provide the best technological processes in the industry. Providing real-time data on our available options and pricing for all of our products for each vehicle and deal, plus digital contracting through the DealerTrack platform, will help reduce delays, contract errors and dealership administrative costs."

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