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Mobile Update

The noise has died down since the first tablet-based F&I menu hit the market in early 2011. But for dealerships like Bowling Green Lincoln Auto Sales, the mobile menu has delivered as promised.

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iTapMenu Connects to Provider Exchange Network

Users of the iTapMenu can now electronically rate F&I products through the company's new connection with the Provider Exchange Network.

Menu Reboot

This year’s F&I Conference finished strong with an electric debate over the usefulness, benefits and possible drawbacks of the mobile menu.

Paper or Plastic?

The editor believes those who rail against the tablet menu are missing the point. He understands and appreciates the concerns raised so far, but he thinks the industry needs to debate something else first.

iTapMenu and Vehicle Armour Canada Announce Partnership

The two companies have established a reseller agreement that offers Vehicle Armour the exclusive rights to market and resell iTapMenu to Canadian dealerships.

Preferred Warranties to Offer iTapMenu to Dealer Clients

Preferred Warranties, which works closely with dealerships specializing in pre-owned sales, became the latest company to offer the iTapMenu to its customers.

ChannelNet to Market iTapMenu to OEM Customers

ChannelNet and iTap Menu forged a partnership to bring the iPad-based F&I menu to showrooms.

F&I Unplugged

Two Indiana dealers explain why they dropped four-column paper menus in favor of a two-column mobile menu — and how the switch jump-started their product sales.

Debating Innovation

Bothered by the response to software companies trying to bring a fresh look to F&I, the editor weighs in with his thoughts on tablet and e-mail menus.