CVR Partners With ATC to Provide Seamless and Accurate Vehicle Titling and Registration Experience Across All 50 States
ORANGE, Calif. – Computerized Vehicle Registration (CVR), the national market leader in registration and titling solutions, today announced a new partnership with Automotive Titling Corporation (ATC), a Colorado-based company that provides out-of-state title and registration services to auto dealers throughout the United States. These two large brands in the electronic vehicle registration (EVR) space are combining forces to provide an enhanced and faster vehicle registration experience for car buyers in all 50 states.
By automating fee quotes and documentation, we are creating a process that will enable car buyers to trust dealers to facilitate vehicle registration through an accurate, low-hassle experience.
“Our partnership with ATC will allow dealers nationwide to process in-state and out-of-state fees more accurately through on-demand fee quotes,” said Monique Buduan, senior director, CVR. “By automating fee quotes and documentation, we are creating a process that will enable car buyers to trust dealers to facilitate vehicle registration through an accurate, low-hassle experience.”
To further improve the experience, dealers will also have access to forms with auto-populated data tailored to each specific transaction, minimizing the risk of inaccurate documentation from the beginning.
“This partnership is the realization of a long-held vision to bring together the best EVR and Out-of-State (OoS) providers to create a seamless title process for our customers,” said Marcus Alley, vice president of strategic initiatives, ATC. “Title clerks will have the convenience of CVR’s EVR platform and expertise of ATC’s OoS solution to reduce unnecessary penalties for our customers.”
EVR integrations for CVR and ATC will be rolled out on a state-by-state basis with integrations for select states made available by early 2021. Currently, all CVR customers can leverage ATC services while integrations for their state are rolled out.