It is a dealership that doesn't have to execute manual processes to operate day-to-day.
One that doesn't have to ask the same question twice.
One that always upsells.
One that never has to wait for information.
A digitized dealership is one that embraces technology to work smarter and create more profit per customer.
See for yourself at booth #3457C:
- Explore how digitization can impact your dealership.
- Engage with Reynolds experts.
- Experience live software demonstrations.
Schedule a private presentation to get dedicated one-on-one attention with our product experts. Our team will deliver a presentation tailored to your dealership's specific business needs and goals.
Make the best use of your time while at NADA! Request a private presentation below.
Attorneys General Sue Dealers for Millions: Are You at Risk?
Friday, March 23 at 8:00 AM PST
Saturday, March 24 at 10:30 AM PST
The most likely people to investigate and sue a dealer are the state attorneys general. Their mandate is to protect the public from certain deceptive trade practices. What are they investigating? How are they doing it? What is your risk as a dealer? This workshop will identify:
- Key infractions of compliance laws and regulations.
- Discuss ways to ensure dealerships are following these laws.
- Help dealers determine the appropriate course of action should they find themselves targeted by the attorney general.
With the proper steps, you can ensure your dealership will avoid an attorney general knocking on your door.
Terry O’Loughlin is the director of Compliance for Reynolds Document Services with The Reynolds and Reynolds Company. In this role, he is responsible for monitoring and helping ensure the accuracy of Reynolds’ documents used by automobile dealerships, with a major focus in the sales and F&I areas.
Prior to joining Reynolds in 2006, he was employed by the Office of the Attorney General, State of Florida, from 1990, in the Economic Crimes Section. For most of those years, he was involved in the investigation and prosecution of automobile dealers, manufacturers, and finance and leasing companies.
He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and received graduate degrees from the University of Dayton. O’Loughlin is admitted to both the Pennsylvania and Florida Bar Associations.
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Reynolds and Reynolds
- Reynolds and Reynolds must be used with the correct capitalization, spelling, and spacing. Never use a logogram such as an ampersand (&) in place of “and.”
- “The Reynolds and Reynolds Company” or “Reynolds and Reynolds” must be used in the first reference; Reynolds may be used in subsequent references.
- When adding in front of a product name, Reynolds must be used, and not Reynolds and Reynolds. In such cases, never add an apostrophe (‘) after Reynolds.
- Never shorten Reynolds or Reynolds and Reynolds.
- Never use the logo as part of a sentence or in place of text where “Reynolds and Reynolds” should be used.
Reynolds and Reynolds
Reynolds & Reynolds
- POWER must be typeset in all uppercase letters with no spaces.
The ERA® Dealership Management System
- ERA must be typeset in all uppercase letters with no spaces.
- ERA must have the Registered Trademark (®) in superscript in the first reference (including titles), and dropped in subsequent references within the same material or document.
- To protect the trademark, ERA should be used as an adjective in all references (e.g., the ERA® system).
- ERA-IGNITE must be typeset in all uppercase letters with a hyphen and no spaces.
- Never abbreviate ERA-IGNITE.
- Never split ERA-IGNITE onto two lines.
The docuPAD® system
- docuPAD must be used with the correct capitalization, spelling, and spacing. docu must be in lowercase, and PAD must be in uppercase. There are no spaces in between.
- docuPAD must have the Registered Trademark (®) in superscript in the first reference (including titles), and dropped in subsequent references within the same material or document.
- To protect the trademark, docuPAD should be used as an adjective in all references (e.g., the docuPAD® system).
- Copyright data for the docuPAD system must be included in the document footer: The docuPAD® system is protected by U.S. patents 8,531,424; 8,547,356; 8,854,330; 8,933,904; 8,081,423; and 9,235,276. Additional patents pending.
the docuPAD® system