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MicroBilt Launches Vehicle Protection Services for Dealers

March 5, 2008

KENNESAW, Ga. — MicroBilt, provider of risk management solutions to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), is launching a comprehensive suite of auto protection services equipping automobile dealers to generate substantial new revenue streams. In conjunction with MicroBilt’s credit screening services, the newly available MicroBilt Vehicle Protection (MVP) program reduces the transaction time for including value-added services at the time of purchase. Dealers can provide critical coverage to customers at affordable rates, and increase their own revenues, in less than five minutes.

With the margin on automobile sales shrinking, dealers can use MicroBilt’s MVP offerings to increase customer satisfaction and revenues per customer by becoming full-service providers of auto protection services. The MicroBilt Vehicle Protection program includes state-of-the-art services such as vehicle service contracts, guaranteed asset protection (GAP), windshield travel protection, 24-hour roadside assistance, road hazard tire & wheel protection and paintless dent repair protection.

The MicroBilt Vehicle Protection program is backed by MicroBilt’s SME risk management offerings, including credit checks and identity verification. Leveraging the two in tandem, dealers can qualify and approve customers for new auto protection services quickly using MicroBilt’s “single key” data access. Replacing the manual application processes that could take up to 45 minutes, MicroBilt MVP offerings can be fully processed in less than five minutes.

“Smaller automobile dealers in particular are challenged by today’s economy to find new ways to offer value to customers and generate revenues but expanding their services portfolios can be very costly and time-consuming,” says Walt Wojciechowski, CEO of MicroBilt Corporation. “Combined with our core risk management services, MVP lets dealers launch new services instantly and screen customers in real time to minimize their own risk. It’s a classic win-win situation with buyers receiving greater value for their money and dealers, our customers, increasing profits.”

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