RouteOne will show enhancements to its products, specifically in e-contracting and digital retail technology.
"Everything that RouteOne supports, we want to extend to online so that dealers can deliver the experience and functionality to a customer online and have that smoothly transition to the in-store experience. That is true with the e-contracting space. It is true with the digital retailing services," said CEO Justin Oesterle.
The company will show dealers a new functionality of Remote Document Delivery, an electronic signature component. Car buyers can access and sign a finance contract and F&I product contracts remotely. Those contracts then are immediately accessible to dealerships.
Last year, RouteOne launched its Digital Retail platform, which now has 1,700 subscribers. A mobile point-of-sale tool is included in all the subscriptions so that customers can enter their information from anywhere. When customers fill out credit applications and related information, the data automatically populate in the RouteOne system.
RouteOne will also hold Innovation Hours during the NADA Show with six of its vendor clients: CarSaver, AutoFi, WebBuy, Roadster, AutoGravity and Drive Motors. The company will show how those vendors' products link with RouteOne's technology and how the dealer will see that connection in the F&I office, COO Brad Rogers said.