Nottingham, August 2012 — Experian®, the global information services company, today launched the latest version of AutoCheck, its award-winning automotive provenance check tool. The service, which is used by 68 of the UK’s 100 largest dealer groups and three quarters of the country’s automotive auction houses, has been further enhanced following extensive consultation and testing with Experian’s long-standing dealer clients.
The new version of AutoCheck has been specifically designed to provide the motor industry with added confidence and maximum insight into the risks associated with buying and selling used vehicles.
Improvements to the service include: enhanced search history enabling users to identify previously checked vehicles and view them for audit purposes, a new batch process to allow users to perform multiple checks quickly and easily, through to improved ease of use and the ability to access AutoCheck from any web enabled device.
Alistair Scullion, Managing Director of Experian Automotive in the UK and Ireland, comments: “The current trading environment exposes car buyers and dealers to a greater degree of risk. Experian’s analysis has shown that increasing numbers of vehicles with outstanding finance are entering the market, combined with the ever present danger of written off and stolen vehicles. We have invested a huge amount of time consulting with our customers to ensure that our new version of AutoCheck meets their exacting requirements, provides high quality data and integrates seamlessly with their existing processes.”
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