Schaumburg, Ill., July 15, 2009 — Experian Automotive today announced a new prospect acquisition program designed to help OEMs and auto dealers identify and market to those consumers who best fit the criteria for the Consumer Assistance Recycle and Save Act of 2009, or “Cash for Clunkers” as it’s more commonly known.
The Cash for Clunkers program will offer vouchers for up to $4,500 for low-miles-per-gallon vehicles being traded in for new, more fuel-efficient vehicles, giving consumers better incentives on higher-MPG vehicles. Experian’s prospect acquisition program pulls from across Experian’s data assets to build consumer targeting models that identify prospects based on Cash for Clunkers criteria and actual vehicle purchasing behavior. The program also utilizes Experian’s prescreen credit services to identify those consumers who are most likely to qualify for new vehicle financing.
“For OEMs and dealers to truly take advantage of the Cash for Clunkers program, they need to have a firm understanding of who their best prospects are before they can reach them with new offers and incentives,” said Scott Waldron, president of Experian Automotive. “Experian Automotive’s prospect acquisition program helps OEMs and dealers identify qualified consumers so they can build marketing campaigns that deliver the right offers to the best prospects.”
Experian Automotive’s prospect acquisition program analyzes a range of data points:
Experian’s prospect acquisition program offers OEMs and dealers the option of prospecting lists of direct-mail lists, opt-in e-mail lists or both based on their campaign needs. For more information on Experian Automotive’s products and services for OEMs and dealers, visit http://www.experianautomotive.com.
About Experian Automotive
Experian Automotive, a part of Experian, delivers information services to manufacturers, dealers, finance and insurance companies, and consumers. Experian® helps automotive clients increase customer loyalty, target and win new business, and make better lending and vehicle purchase decisions. Its National Vehicle Database, housing more than 500 million vehicles, along with Experian’s credit, consumer and business information assets, meets the industry’s growing demand for an integrated information source. Experian’s advanced decision support services help clients turn this information into improved business results. Experian technology supports several top automotive Web sites, including eBay Motors, CarsDirect.com, CarMax.com and NADAguides.com. For more information on Experian Automotive and its suite of services, visit our Web site at http://www.experianautomotive.com.
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