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Dealertrack Partners with Darwin Automotive

Industry leaders to deliver aftermarket presentation on any device creating one paperless workflow on one platform with one deal jacket; Dealertrack to transition from eMenu to Darwin over the next 18 months.

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Darwin Online Debuts Fastlane

Darwin Online adds Fastlane, enabling consumers to share auto purchase or lease deals with anyone, anytime, anywhere.

Darwin Adds Digital Markup Tool for F&I Pros

Darwin Automotive’s new U-Draw feature was designed to allow users to draw on, mark up, and circle items on mobile devices throughout the vehicle financing process — at the dealership or anywhere else.

Universal Integrates ZERO Plan With Darwin Automotive

Universal Lenders, home of The ZERO Plan, announced a full integration with Darwin Automotive’s F&I and digital retailing software suite.

Budco Financial Partners With Darwin Automotive

Budco Financial’s zero percent payment plan services have been integrated with Darwin Automotive’s electronic menu, digital retail, and customer follow-up platforms.

Audi of America Certifies Darwin Automotive

Audi has become the fifth major manufacturer to certify Darwin’s digital retailing and omnichannel solutions for dealer co-op funding.

Digital Is Great, Until It’s Not

Switching to a digital menu has its benefits, but dealers can’t expect it to deliver on its promise without a plan of action.

F&I Pacesetters: Cecil Atkission Motors

For the last 25 years, the six-rooftop, Kerrville, Texas-based dealer group has operated under the belief that ‘When products are similar, the dealer makes the difference.”

Fixing the F&I Time Delay

Self-selection tools can reduce your average turn, accelerate deliveries, and improve F&I production.

F&I in the Era of Digital Darwinism

Darwin Automotive’s Phillip Battista has some strong opinions about digital retailing and online F&I, and he worries some providers — and their dealers — may soon find themselves in legal peril.