Oplogic partners with Carleton for enhanced lending computations and compliance support to their Deal Operator CRM System.
South Bend, IN June 1, 2010 —
Wilson Technologies Inc. announced today that it has partnered with Carleton Inc. to incorporate Carleton’s industry leading SmartCalcs loan origination software as part of their Deal Operator CRM/Desking Tool servicing automotive dealers nationwide.
Oplogic. The industry’s leading smart and efficient choice for a complete solution providing security/red flag compliance, desking, sales/finance controls & utilities, customer relation/retention lead management system to push/pull integration with most DMS systems.
Incorporating Carleton’s SmartCalcs will ensure that all loan computations are accurate and in compliance with all federal and state regulations. SmartCalcs will also accurately calculate all the additional dealer ancillary products such as service contracts, warranties, GAP and credit insurance specific to each dealer, insuring a complete “compliant” solution.
“Oplogic is committed to bringing the best possible lending compliance support to our dealers nationwide by making Carleton and SmartCalcs part of our solution.” “We’re very excited to assist Carleton in delivering their platform to our dealers and ours to theirs. Any program which enhances dealership business practices is a major benefit to an auto dealer.” said John Parent, President of Oplogic.
“Carleton is proud to bring our forty years of lending experience as a strategic partner of Oplogic. Carleton’s ability to support all the auto computations used in the industry nationwide will assure the Wilson Technology dealer that their system will support all the lending and leasing requirements today and in the future.” said Pat Ruszkowski, President of Carleton.
Carleton Inc. is the country’s leading provider of financial calculation software, loan origination compliance support, and document delivery software. Founded in conjunction with the Truth-in-Lending act in the late 1960’s, their client list has grown to include most major lenders, credit insurance companies, auto and banking loan origination system providers in the United States. Carleton, Inc. is headquartered in South Bend, Indiana. For more information, visit http://www.carletoninc.com
Oplogic (formally Wilson Technologies) was established in March 2016 in Detroit Michigan, and is the automotive industry’s leading choice for a complete retail solution. Oplogic’s core competency provides for a transactional web based tool for security and compliance against identity theft, robust platform sales/finance controls and utilities, and sales and service customer relation/retention management system. Oplogic provides Red Flags protection, standardizes and streamlines practices, builds revenue and increases profits for single point stores and for some of the largest dealer groups in the country.
Clawson, MI – Wilson Technologies Fraud Prevention System Saves Les Stanford Chevrolet–Cadillac From Identity Theft Loss.
Dearborn, MI, Monday, May 5, 2008 — Scott Montgomery, Sales Manager at Les Stanford Chevrolet Cadillac has reported that his store avoided an identity theft attempt this past week thanks to Wilson Technologies Fraud Prevention System. While scanning a customer’s ID, the salesperson saw that the customer was already active in their WT database. Easily referencing the original stored driver license image, it was obvious that the prospect was not the original customer. This was a clear case of identity theft.
Local law enforcement was contacted, the criminal apprehended, and the original customer notified. “We never would have caught it without Wilson Technologies”, stated Montgomery.
Les Stanford Chevrolet–Cadillac is located on Michigan Avenue in Dearborn, MI.
Wilson Technologies Announces Red Flags Compliance for Dealers
Detroit, Michigan, November 25, 2007 — John Parent, President of Wilson Technologies, announced today that all current auto dealers using the Wilson Technologies solution are indeed compliant with the new “Identity Theft Red Flags and Notices of Address Discrepancy”, or Red Flag Rules. Compliance is federally mandated by January 1st, 2008.
According to Parent, “Wilson Technologies has always promoted Identity Theft prevention and is the oldest known solution to have prevented Identity Theft in the automotive industry (May, 2003)”. Dealers are now faced with a federal mandate to do exactly what we have done for our dealers for years. Training, support, written procedures, and Identity Theft prevention has been the core of our entire solution. We incorporate compliance in all our integrated products – CRM, F&I Menu, Payment Calculator, RouteOne application, and Credit Bureau pulls.
“Dealers can become instantly compliant with Red Flags, speed up their sales process for the customer, and sell more cars. We guarantee it.”
David Fischer Jr., General Manager of The Suburban Collection, concurre, “Wilson Technologies has been a core strategic partner for The Suburban Collection to curb identity theft for our 45 franchises since 2003. They have worked with our variable managers to customize compliance solutions that work within and even enhance our workflow. Their identity authentication system has satisfied the new Red Flags Rule requirements for several years. If there was a better and more cost effective compliance tool on the market, we would be using it”. The Suburban Collection is consistently noted as being in the top fifteen largest dealership groups in the nation.
WT’s SRR Logic TM is a web based software solution that protects a dealer from ID Theft, State and Federal penalties, as well as providing dealerships with a complete suite of Inventory, Finance, CRM and Management utilities.
Wilson Technologies will be presenting SRR software solutions and Red Flags Rule Compliance at their booth at the NADA Convention in San Francisco, in early February, 2008.
About Wilson Technologies
Wilson Technologies was founded May 2000 to improve the level of security, profitability and customer service in the face of increasing government regulations, exploding levels of identity fraud, and mounting terrorism concerns. It brings with its inception a patent pending process that provides businesses with a complete closed loop security, customer, and finance management system with a high degree of control, while at the same time providing a more efficient transaction for the client.
RouteOne to integrate with Wilson Technologies
Auburn Hills, Mich. and Farmington Hills, Mich., Auto News — August 15, 2005
PRNewswire/ -- RouteOne LLC and Wilson Technologies (Wilson) have announced their partnership to integrate the RouteOne credit application management system with the Wilson dealership management system (DMS).
RouteOne is a joint Venture created by the financial arms of DaimlerChrysler, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, and Toyota. RouteOne provides an efficient process by which auto dealers are able to process credit applications to their captive finance companies as well as other finance sources and lending institutions, all from a single desktop.
“We know that DSP integration is important to dealers, and we're providing that integration to the fullest extent possible,” said Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. “Our partnership with Wilson proves our commitment to our dealer customers.”
Wilson Technologies supplies a closed loop management system to automobile dealers that provides Showroom/Internet controls, Security and Compliance (inclusive of all State & Federal requirements), Finance & Insurance Utilities, eContracting, CRM (Customer Relationship/Retention Management) and other related Dealer Services in a secure, encrypted database.
Established in April, 2002, RouteOne LLC is a joint venture formed by DaimlerChrysler Services, Ford Motor Credit Company, General Motors Acceptance Corporation, and Toyota Financial Services to deliver vastly improved efficiencies in the credit application process for automobile dealers, their customers and participating finance institutions. The joint venture has developed a web-based system that will enable dealers and all their finance sources, including banks and other financial institutions, to manage the credit application and consumer financing process online. More information is available at www.routeone.com.
About Wilson Technologies
Established in June, 2000, Wilson Technologies was formed to improve the efficiency and accuracy of processing customers at auto dealerships. Wilson streamlines the process by capturing all live, phone or internet prospects or repeat customers and managing them through a proven identity authentication/tracking/selling/retention system that includes Security/Compliance (including Fraud Prevention and all State & Federal regulations such as USA Patriot Act, FACT Act, Privacy Act, State Repeat Offender, National Do Not Call Registry and GLB), Financing, eContracting and Customer Retention utilities.
Wilson Technologies warns dealer before Michigan Automobile Dealers Association fax is issued.
Southfield, Michigan, November 2003 c Avis Ford in Southfield, Michigan was a satisfied user of the Wilson Technologies identity authentication, fraud prevention and customer relationship management system. This satisfaction increased dramatically in November when a customer asked to test drive a conversion van. When the salesperson ran his license through the Wilson Technologies system it revealed a fraud warning. The sales manager asked for registration papers from the vehicle that the customer drove to the store before allowing him to take an unaccompanied test drive. The customer walked to his vehicle and never returned. The next day a fraud warning fax from the Michigan Automobile Dealers Association arrived at the dealership naming the conversion van customer and advising dealers to be on their guard.
Wilson Technologies was able to protect Avis Ford from the almost certain loss of an expensive conversion van and, perhaps more importantly, protected the sales person from potential harm.
Wilson Technologies SRR2100™ system protects local dealer from the loss of a $40,000 car.
Dearborn, Michigan, May 2003 — Shortly after installing the identity authentication equipment and process provided by Wilson Technologies, a man with a Virginia driver’s license came into the Superior Nissan store on Michigan Avenue in Dearborn and began discussing the purchase of a Nissan 350 Z. After getting approval for “nothing down” financing on the car, he was close to driving away when the F&I manager tried to authenticate the customer’s identity using the Wilson Technologies SRR2100™. The system came back with a warning, so the customer was asked to show additional ID. At this point the customer ran from the store leaving his fake driver's license behind.
Needless to say, Superior Nissan and sister Superior Pontiac – Buick – GMC stores are very satisfied Wilson Technologies customers.