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US launch of online link between dealers and insurance/warranty firms

The NAT eGateway, described as “the first automotive aftermarket products & insurance digital hub”, was introduced this week at the 2004 Automotive News World Congress by NAT, Inc., a provider of workflow solutions for dealers and their aftermarket providers, including insurance companies and third-party administrators.

This 'digital hub' connects auto retailers with their aftermarket providers in real time to help dealerships present and sell products such as service contracts, GAP cover, theft deterrent devices, credit insurance faster, easier and more profitably through a 'seamless online process that enables regulatory compliance'.

The NAT eGateway is hoped to change the way dealers can sell ancillary products, just as online financing portals “dramatically altered how dealership F&I offices source and present finance options”.

An ASP website system requiring a PC and high-speed Internet connectivity, the NAT eGateway was developed NAT before its merger with online financing portal DealerTrack. National Auto Care Corporation recently signed on as a client of NAT's eGateway. National Auto Care will announce its offering of NAT's eMenu to its automotive dealer customers at the annual NADA convention in Las Vegas, January 31-February 4.

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