The American Recovery Association (ARA) announced a new partnership on Friday with Recovery Database Network (RDN), a business unit of KAR Auction Services.
The organizations highlighted the agreement will help finance companies manage and monitor vendor compliance by integrating ARA’s Compliance Monitoring System and compliance metrics with the various software solutions offered by RDN.
RDN VendorVision is a secure, web-based compliance management platform that connects companies with their vendors.
“This partnership will make RDN VendorVision a central component of the ARA’s broad portfolio of exclusive member benefits,” ARA president Dave Kennedy said.
“By integrating RDN’s Recovery Solution and VendorVision products with ARA’s Compliance Monitoring System, clients will now have the ability to set standards and verify the necessary compliance training required for their recovery vendor network — creating a ‘culture of compliance’ within the American Recovery Association,” Kennedy continued.
There are currently nearly 150 finance companies already utilizing both the RDN and the ARA systems. Both organizations stressed that these providers as well as repossession agents within the industry can benefit from this partnership.
“RDN is committed to supporting our lending partners with simplified, integrated and efficient products and services,” said Michael Briggs, president and chief executive officer of CarsArrive and RDN. “By working with ARA, we can help promote, monitor and manage compliance and meet the shared needs of repossession agents and lenders.”
The RDN partnership is just one of the many benefits offered to ARA members. Some of ARA’s other partnerships and member benefits include AW Direct, Experian Auto-check, Goodyear Tires, Direct Connect, Cruise One, Harding Brooks Insurance, National Independent Auto Dealers Association and PRIOS.
For more information about ARA, its partnerships and its member benefits, visit repo.org.