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Impounded assets are costly - Advantage GPS

Tackling the Costly Problem of Impounds

Smart Impound Lot is part of our interactive, AI-driven dashboard that enables auto lenders to view real-time analytics upon log in. The dashboard helps them monitor the health of loan portfolios, including costly impounds, so that they can mitigate risks quicker.
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NIADA-NABD Conference Reflection - Advantage GPS

Looking Back – 2018 NIADA Conference

It’s conferences like this that energize our entire team. At the show, we were able to get a better look at the industry landscape and discover more about the challenges automotive dealers and lenders are currently facing. Even better, our team was able to talk with a number of customers to get their feedback on...
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Advantage GPS at NIADA Conference

At NIADA, Procon Analytics will demonstrate how its groundbreaking solution gives auto lenders real-time analytics upon log in along with a unified portal that provides them access to all of their GPS devices — regardless of brand or GPS provider.  
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NIADA 2018 Conference - Orlando - Advantage GPS

NIADA Conference

Visit Booth #911 at NIADA, June 21-28 in Orlando –  Meet the innovators who continue to disrupt the “business as usual” market by stopping by the Advantage GPS by Procon Analytics booth next week! Our executive team – CEO Brian Boling and COO David Meyer – will be on deck to answer questions and give...
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CFPB Bulletin Repealed

CFPB 2013 Bulletin Repealed

President Trump Signs CFPB Repeal into Law Last week, we shared the news that Congress repealed the CFPB’s March 2013 Bulletin which provided guidance regarding indirect auto lending and compliance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. The bipartisan resolution, S.J. Res. 57, was signed into law by President Trump this Monday, May 21st. Both the...
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CFPB Bulletin Repealed

Back to Competitively Priced Auto Loans

The CFPB’s March 2013 Bulletin is Repealed There’s been a lot of movement at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) since its director, Richard Cordray, resigned his post in November 2017. Stepping into his role is Mick Mulvaney, Trump cabinet member and Director of the Office of Management and Budget. With Mulvaney at the helm...
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