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Safe-Guard Joins DealerTrack Aftermarket Network

March 06, 2012

ATLANTA — Safe-Guard Products International LLC announced that it has joined the DealerTrack Aftermarket Network. Through DealerTrack’s network, Safe-Guard’s U.S.-based dealership clients will have the ability to access real-time F&I product price quotes and generate electronic contracts for Safe-Guard offerings.

“Safe-Guard has strived to be on the cutting edge of technology solutions for our dealers and partners. Being a part of the DealerTrack Aftermarket Network furthers our mission to develop more efficiency for the ancillary product selling and contracting process,” said Kitty Hass, vice president of marketing for Safe-Guard Products.

Safe-Guard’s product portfolio includes GAP, theft-protection programs, tire-and-wheel protection, and bundled packages for multiple Safe-Guard offerings. The DealerTrack Aftermarket Network, available at no cost to dealers, integrates the F&I sales and submission process to make the rating and contracting process streamlined and more accurate, according to the company.

Dealers will be able to use DealerTrack’s eMenu and directly rate and contract Safe-Guard’s vehicle protection programs, according to Safe-Guard.

 “Today’s announcement extends the availability of Safe-Guard’s products to more dealers and more vehicle brands nationwide,” said Robert Granados, vice president and general manager for DealerTrack’s Sales and F&I Solutions group. “The DealerTrack Aftermarket Network enables Safe-Guard and its dealer customers to help reduce administrative costs, and minimize delays and contract errors while helping to improve and enhance consumer satisfaction with the overall car buying experience.”

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