CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hendrick Automotive Group said it will install Reynolds and Reynolds’ docuPAD system in all of its F&I offices by mid-July. That’s more than 350 docPADs in 96 locations.
According to group officials, a large portion of those installations have already occurred. When installations are completed this summer, Hendrick Automotive Group will be the largest single user of the docuPAD system in the United States.
“The docuPAD system has proven itself everywhere it’s been installed,” said Reynolds Chairman and CEO Bob Brockman. “I’ve always admired Hendrick Automotive Group as disciplined and well run. Adding the docuPAD system to their F&I functions will help them take another step forward in the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations and in generating better financial returns in F&I.”
With the installation, the dealer group will also adopt Reynolds’ eWorkflow, an end-to-end digital solution for creating and processing a deal and securing funding using econtracting. Hendrick’s dealerships are already using Reynolds’ electronic deal jackets. With eWorkflow, the group expects to improve cash flow through reduced contracts in transit, as well as further reduce document storage costs.
“The people at Reynolds are true partners who share many of our company’s core values,” said group Chairman Rick Hendrick. “Continuous improvement has been a longstanding focus for our company. The combination of Reynolds’ leading technology and close working relationship with our team members is helping our dealerships take care of a whole new generation of customers.”
Originally posted on F&I and Showroom
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