Wisconsin recently joined more than a dozen states that have already adopted electronic lien and title programs. The money-saving move substitutes paper documents with digital copies, which reduces operational costs and fraud.
"The financial industry continues to focus on removing paper from operations and auto financing is no exception,” said Larry Highbloom, president of automotive collateral management services company VINtek.
Going paperless also demonstrates a belated but rising acceptance of innovation in the market. That type of honest innovation is at the core of "Futurewatch: A Deep Dive into the Technology of Tomorrow," just one of a wide variety of discussions lined up at the Auto Finance Summit.
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