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Experian’s AutoCheck Integrates with AutoAlert

March 3, 2015

IRVINE, Calif. — AutoAlert, a data mining and sales opportunity and retention provider, has announced the integration of Experian Automotive’s AutoCheck vehicle history reports to its Deal Sheet function.

This new one-click access from within the AutoAlert Deal Sheet to this vehicle condition and history report saves time for appraisers and other users when preparing customer presentations, officials said.

AutoCheck provides for dealers and their customers a measure of comfort regarding the history of a particular vehicle. Dealers use vehicle history reports such as AutoCheck to help identify whether a vehicle has been in an accident, has frame damage, or other title issues that might affect the value of the trade.

Vehicle history-report integration is one of three enhancements to the AutoAlert Deal Sheet. They include vehicle and MPG comparison and e-mail template tools. The comparison tool helps users assist clients to make informed decisions about their new vehicle purchase. The template tool makes it easier and more professional for staff to send sales follow-up and retention communications.

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