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August 28, 2008updated 06 Sep 2016 3:07pm

Interlink integrates eSignature into RouteOne’s eContracting software

Interlink Electronics, a provider of e-signature platform, has announced that its electronic signature technology is now integrated into RouteOne, a company engaged in streamlining credit application for automobile dealers and customers, eContracting platform.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to the company, the integration move will streamlines the vehicle delivery process and improves customer satisfaction at auto dealerships across the country. Using Interlink’s ePad-ink and IntegriSign software with RouteOne, dealers can securely capture and bind their customers’s esignature to finance agreements and ancillary documents.

Rod Vesling, senior vice president and officer for eTransactions at Interlink Electronics, said: By utilizing the eSignature support in Route One’s eContracting software, auto dealers can increase their efficiency, compliance, and enhance the customer experience.

 

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