MicroBilt Corporation, a leader in risk management information for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), today announced a new program that will help displaced Chrysler and GM dealers that are transitioning to become independent auto dealers.
The new MicroBilt program provides independent dealers with world-class credit and identity verification services suited to the needs of small and medium-sized operations. The suite of services for auto dealers includes managing risk with:
In addition to these traditional credit services, MicroBilt offers solutions to maximize profits with services such as:
"Over the past two months, nearly 800 Chrysler and 1,100 GM dealerships have been notified that their dealerships were being eliminated as part of the industry's downsizing. Industry experts believe that a significant segment of the thousands of dealers will continue to operate as independent used car dealerships, but without the back office support that Chrysler and GM provided," said Brian Bradley, EVP of Strategy and Marketing at MicroBilt. "Our company has served independent auto dealers for more than 30 years, and has developed a full-spectrum risk management, F&I solutions and collection suite that these displaced dealers will need to operate successfully as independents."
To learn more about the program, dealers need to call MicroBilt auto specialists at 800-397-7108 or visit www.microbilt.com
), an industry leader in risk management information for small and medium-sized enterprises, is a single source provider for credit bureau, collections, identity fraud prevention and screening data access and retrieval. MicroBilt is certified through and provides interfaces with the three national consumer credit bureaus, Equifax (NYSE: EFX), Experian (London Stock Exchange: EXPN) and Trans Union; and three commercial bureaus, D&B (NYSE: DNB), Experian (London Stock Exchange: EXPN) and Equifax Business (NYSE: EFX); as well as LexisNexis (London Stock Exchange: REL), Fidelity National (NYSE: FIS), Fair Isaac (NYSE: FIC), Acxiom (NASDQ (GS): ACXM), First Advantage (NASDQ: FADV) and ChoicePoint (NYSE: CPS). The company provides flexible data access to leading Consumer Reporting Agencies (CRAs) and a broad range of industries. It is an active member of the Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA).
MicroBilt's investors include: Bristol Investments Ltd, Total Technology Ventures, Omidyar Network, The Center for Financial Services Innovation, ACCION, The Ford Foundation and the Maryland Venture Fund.