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RouteOne Enhances iPhone App

August 21, 2012

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — RouteOne announced today the availability of additional enhancements to its free iPhone app. The app now includes the ability to forward 'sent' applications to new finance sources, securely text message with supporting finance sources, get payoff quotes, and capture leads into the lead manager within RouteOne. This enhanced functionality is also available on the RouteOne app for Android.

RouteOne has also optimized its app for iPad and for Retina displays, making browsing long lists and filling out forms even easier. Users can update their app today or install it by searching for RouteOne in the App Store.

The additions enhance the base functionality of the app, allowing users to view and manage RouteOne deals and leads, and request and view credit scores instantly, whether in the F&I office or outside the dealership.

In addition to its iPhone app, RouteOne offers an industry-leading suite of mobile tools, including apps available for use on the Android, BlackBerry, iPad, iPod, and Windows 7 Phone. RouteOne.net is also compatible with the mobile browsers for Android devices, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Internet Explorer on the Windows Phone.

"Our full suite of mobile tools allows dealers to better manage their deals and leads while on the road, or anywhere in or outside of the office," said Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. "With this additional functionality, dealers have much more flexibility to work the credit application and track deal statuses at their convenience."

For more information, visit www.routeone.com.

 

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