Reynolds and Reynolds, which has some 1,300 workers in Kettering, said Thursday it has received two patents for its “docuPAD” product, a finance and insurance selling and document processing system for auto dealerships.
DocuPad, developed by technology development company COINdata, can be used on tablets and iPads. Reynolds and Reynolds is the exclusive marketing partner with COINdata for the product.
Reynolds describes the product as “a menu-driven, interactive F&I (finance and insurance) solution that enables dealership personnel to engage consumers in the finance and insurance steps of a vehicle transaction and electronically manage and record the entire process, including electronic signature capture.”
Reynolds said U.S. patents numbers 8,194,045 and 8,228,299 have been issued by the U.S. Patent Office and future patents are expected.
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