Exeter Finance Renews Contract with Solifi

Exeter Finance extended its agreement to use the Solifi platform in more than 11,000 U.S. auto dealerships. Exeter Finance first selected Solifi’s originations software in 2013 for its ability to process high volumes of loan applications, which have grown to more than 500,000 per month.

“We extended our relationship with Solifi because its technology platform is able to scale to meet our business needs, and Solifi continues to invest and deliver industry-leading auto finance software,” Michele Rodgers, chief information officer of Exeter Finance, said. “We are pleased to renew this strategic partnership, and we look forward to continued innovation in support of our future business needs.”

Founded in 2006, Exeter Finance, an indirect auto finance company based in Irving, TX, partners with auto dealers to make vehicle ownership a reality for consumers.

“We are proud to extend our relationship with Exeter Finance,” David Hamilton, CEO of Solifi, said. “It is our goal to deliver solutions to our customers that respond to the ever-changing business and market needs quickly, supporting their ability to grow.”

Solifi (formerly IDS, William Stucky & Associates and White Clarke Group) is a provider of software for the secured finance industry.

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