PORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Auto Dealers Association (OADA) announced today a full endorsement of Vitu, Motor Vehicle Software Corp. (MVSC)’s multistate V2Gov platform, as the preferred provider of electronic vehicle registration and titling services for Oregon automotive dealerships. This is the first time OADA has endorsed an EVR solution.

Fifty percent of all Oregon franchised dealerships are now using Vitu since its introduction to the state last year. Significant efficiencies in vehicle titling and registration through the Vitu platform have driven value for dealerships, the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles and consumers, as paper is eliminated from the process. Plates, stickers and registration cards are also distributed centrally from Vitu’s Portland office, according to Greg Remensperger, the OADA’s executive vice president.

“This endorsement of Vitu comes because of the exceptional value the solution has created for our members since its introduction to Oregon dealerships last year,” Remensperger said. “Also, one of the key considerations to this endorsement is the strong local presence Vitu has in Oregon, with their office in Portland and their account executives providing on-site dealership support across the entire state.”

OADA and Vitu will also jointly provide its Registration Management Professional training throughout the state to further support education, compliance and efficiency within the dealership community, with the first classes beginning this summer.

“We entered the Oregon market knowing that Vitu would be a game-changer for automotive dealers here, working very closely with OADA before launching to insure we met their needs,” said John Brueggeman, executive vice president of Vitu. “We look forward to working with both the DMV and OADA to continue to drive innovation for dealers, vehicle buyers and the DMV.”