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MenuVantage Adds A.U.L. Corporation to Network of Active F&I Providers

May 15, 2007

Orlando, Fla. – A.U.L. Corporation has joined MenuVantage’s nationwide network of active F&I providers. The relationship will help expand MenuVantage’s presence in the independent auto dealership market. MenuVantage will electronically rate A.U.L. Service Contracts, electronically remit and enroll their customers, as well as enable the dynamic printing of their contracts on plain printer paper.

A.U.L. Corporation joins over 50 other providers currently on the MenuVantage platform including LOTS, Cal-Tex Protective Coatings, SouthwestRe, CNA National, EasyCare, GE, API, AFAS, and Safeguard.

“We determined to align ourselves with MenuVantage, not only for their proven technology, but for their common sense approach, focused with providing our customers a system designed to help them make more money,” said Tony Corallo, A.U.L. Corporation’s general manager. “There are too many providers deciding which portfolio of products a dealer may sell, literally forcing products dealers don’t necessarily endorse. With MenuVantage, their mission is clear, as our own. We look forward to obvious opportunities together, giving dealers what they want, and most importantly, to help them make more money.”

Phillip Battista, MenuVantage co-CEO added: “We are excited to work with A.U.L. as they have such a large dealer presence in the independent auto dealership space. This is an excellent opportunity for us to further expand our electronic process and submission technology into this market.”

MenuVantage has developed a system that not only assists dealers on the front-end, but also providers on the back-end; offering unique benefits to F&I providers. The MenuVantage system incorporates a powerful communication feature that offers the capability to broadcast information directly to their dealer's desktops.

With this feature providers can run contests, make announcements and post new product promotions in minutes. Additional provider benefits include a built-in reporting suite that automatically submits cleared contracts on a daily basis. Providers can now track and monitor dealers daily; detect trends early, identify weak points before they become problems and respond accordingly.

MenuVantage provides dealers with the necessary F&I tools to ensure compliance and increased per unit profit. The system offers F&I departments the most advanced technology available on the market including electronic submission of warranty and F&I products to providers, real-time service contract rating for over 50 providers, and dynamic printing of documents on regular paper.

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