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AppOne Initiates Online Dealer Bootcamp

June 28, 2006

BATON ROUGE, La. -- AppOne has developed its Dealer Bootcamp to train dealers to use the AppOne platform, which connects them to AppOne’s network of lenders.

The Dealer Bootcamp occurs on Thursdays and is run through the company’s Web site at, using a conference call line and a Q&A session. The program focuses on how independent auto dealers can access the site, stay in compliance when facilitating loans and quickly submit potential loans online.

The Dealer Bootcamp also provides continuing education for independent auto dealers already in AppOne’s dealer network. Dealers can learn about technology upgrades and new lenders available through AppOne, allowing them to offer car buyers a wider variety of financial products.

In addition to lender access, the system automates the printing of the finance contract, ensuring compliance with all regulations for auto lending.

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