NAC Announces Release of NAC Express Pay Online Payment Submission Software

WESTERVILLE, OH, May 22, 2013 -- NAC, (National Auto Care) a leader in the administration of top quality vehicle service agreement products and the development of online dealer contracting technology, is excited to announce the release of their newest NAC ExpressLane® enhancement – NAC Express Pay ACH processing for dealership clients.

NAC's innovative ExpressLane®, which made it's national debut in 2010, was originally built to address efficiency gaps and sales challenges within the service contract market. The simple to manage and effortless to navigate online system has grown exponentially since that time, and continues to adapt and evolve to meet the changing needs of the industry. Today, NAC is a technology-driven force within the automotive industry.

NAC's Express Pay, which beta-released in April 2013 and officially launched in early May, provides dealership clients with the final step necessary to submit payments by ACH for service contract sales. With this feature, selling NAC products is now fully streamlined and completely electronic.

With Express Pay, NAC clients will not only save time and postage, but they will also never have to worry about making on-time payments, having delayed commissions, or dealing with late contract addendum forms again.

"NAC Express Pay eliminates expensive overnight checks and delays, and ensures payments make end-of-month close for on-time commissions. Dealers are able to select the contracts they want to submit and pay on, and then process and submit their ACH payment based on those selections. No more checks, delays or mailing costs," said Kurt Mueller, Controller of NAC.

To learn more or view a live demo of NAC ExpressLane®, now with Express Pay, or obtain more information about NAC's top quality administrative services, easy-to-sell programs, and innovative technology solutions please contact Client Relations at 800-548-1875 or visit


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