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Bank of the West Joins RouteOne

December 18, 2006

Farmington Hills, Mich.-- RouteOne LLC has announced that Bank of the West, a high-performance, full service regional financial services company serving customers in 19 Western and Midwestern states, has joined the growing roster of finance sources on its Web-based credit application management system.

San Francisco-based Bank of the West holds $55 billion in assets, and provides a range of deposit, credit and investment products and services for businesses and individuals, including both direct and indirect consumer finance for autos, RVs and boats.

"Bank of the West believes, as we do, that providing dealers the best-in-class tools for managing their business is a key component of superior

customer service," said Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. "We are proud to assist Bank of the West in providing accelerated service to their 3,900 dealer customers."

"Responding quickly and accurately to dealer requests for financing is essential for Bank of the West," said Mark Beecher, senior vice president in the bank's Consumer Finance division. "We selected RouteOne because the solution makes our client dealers' and customers' transactions simpler, faster and easier."

In addition to providing access to both captive and non-captive finance sources through a single portal, RouteOne offers a wide variety of tools to assist the dealer in managing their day-to-day business, such as a detailed reporting suite, DSP integration and credit bureau access, all within a single desktop application. RouteOne's open integration business model allows the dealer to integrate with their choice of a wide variety best-in-class partners, including DSPs, CRM systems, F&I modules and menu providers — 35 in all.

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