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Compli Adds Compliance Content Items to DCMS

June 24, 2008

PORTLAND, Ore. — Compli, a provider of on-demand dealership compliance management software, has announced the addition of more than 100 new electronic compliance content items to the Compli Dealership Compliance Management System (DCMS), effective June 30.

The items are designed to facilitate a more robust good-faith compliance effort that addresses the impact of increasing regulation and liabilities for dealers. Compli’s new content items include programs on the DMV, employment practices, sales and F&I, wage and hour benefits.

"Dealers want and need critical compliance information, and we are very pleased to provide this new expert content to our clients. It’s our largest content release to date, and significantly adds to the volume of content items available and stored on the Compli system," said Lon Leneve, Compli’s president. "This content release reflects Compli’s turn-key dealership compliance strategy; where dealers benefit from pre-loaded expert legal content combined with state-of-the-art compliance technology that provides the efficiency and convenience of automating a dealer’s regulatory compliance effort."

With an extensive library of dealership compliance content items, provided by experts as Hudson Cook LLP, Fisher & Phillips LLP, Auto Advisory Services, Venable LLP, Dixon Hughes PLLC, AFIP and others, Compli’s DCMS reduces the growing regulatory burden on dealership operations. The company's DCMS allows dealers to control, track and automate regulatory compliance operations within and across dealerships.

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