Jim Maxim, president of MaximTrak Technologies will provide a state of the union between the technology and F&I.
Consultant Gil Van Over will address special compliance issues that have surfaced as use of the technology expands.
And Scott Johnsen of RouteOne will discuss best practices for mobile and tablet apps. He will also outline how Gen Y users are embracing this technology and what that means for dealers.
The three will be part of a session called "Smart Phones & Mobile Tablets: The 411 You Need to Connect With Today's Customers." It will be held on Thursday, June 21, at 3 p.m. EDT.
It will be the last of the six F&I Week online seminars running June 19, 20 and 21 at 1 p.m and 3 p.m. EDT each day.
The event is designed for F&I managers and staff, dealer principals, general managers, sales managers and business development center personnel.
Registrants who can't attend the sessions live can play them back later, on demand. To find out more about F&I Week or to register, go to fandiweek.com.
Before co-founding MaximTrak Technologies, Maxim was a mergers and acquisitions specialist at General Electric's aircraft engine group. He began his career at Lucent Technologies.
Van Over is the president and founder of gvo3 & Associates. The company specializes in developing compliance strategies for dealerships' F&I and sales departments. He is the former COO of Premier Auto Finance and is a founding member of DealerTrack's Compliance Advisory Council.
Johnsen is the director of finance source development at RouteOne, an online credit application management system. He also has been an area sales manager for Capital One Auto Finance and a sales manager for the United Auto dealership group, now Penske Automotive.