About a month after rolling out its “mobile only” policy, ALS Resolvion announced this week that the skip-tracing and repossession management firm completed the integration between its proprietary operating system (Wombat) into the forwarder platform fueled by Recovery Database Network (RDN), which is a division of KAR Auction Services.
ALS Resolvion chief executive officer Michael Levison said in a news release, “This is a big step forward for us.
“We have been integrated into the lender side of RDN for years. However, this new integration completes and creates real time connectivity to the agent side of RDN, which is the system of record for a large percentage of our repossession agency partners,” continued Levison, who is slated to be among the speakers during Repo Con, which is part of Used Car Week that runs from Nov. 11-15 at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas.
Back in July, ALS Resolvion said under its new policy, the company will provide involuntary repossession assignments only to repossession agencies that are deploying mobile technology at the repo truck level.
And now it’s fully integrated with RDN.
“This integration accomplishes a number of important objectives for both our company and our clients," ALS Resolvion post repossession operations manager Danny Mullen said.
“In addition to creating significant operating and communication efficiencies with our agency network, it also greatly strengthens our overall compliance program as it allows us to change case status in real time in the agent’s system of record,” Mullen added.
From RDN’s perspective, the integration development also is positive.
“We continue to invest in enhancing the level of connectivity with agency users,” said Justin Zane, chief executive officer of RDN and Clear Plan.
“ALS Resolvion is a major source of business for many of our users and this new functionality will significantly increase the efficiency and compliance profile of those relationships," Zane went on to say.