UVeye integrates vehicle-inspection technology into Fortellis Automotive Commerce Exchange – Auto Remarketing

For dealers who use CDK Global technology in their service drives, a new integration finalized on Tuesday could help speed up their businesses.
UVeye inspection technology has been integrated with the Fortellis Automotive Commerce Exchange platform used by more than 15,000 dealerships in the United States.
High-speed UVeye vehicle-inspection systems now can help write repair orders and speed customer service for dealers equipped with CDK Drive’s dealer management system (DMS) from CDK Global.
The UVeye application available in Fortellis Marketplace can allow dealers to create repair orders automatically based on high-speed scans of vehicle tires, underbody components and exteriors.
“The integration of automated vehicle-inspection data on the Fortellis platform will help dealers save time, increase profits and improve customer satisfaction,” UVeye founder and chief executive officer Amir Hever said in a news release.
Hever added that UVeye plans to make its service department technology available to other franchised and independent dealers through several other major automotive retail-management systems this year.
UVeye has facilities in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region, including offices in Israel, Japan, Germany and the United States. The company has raised more than $90 million since it was founded in 2016.
Volvo Cars, Hyundai Motors, Toyota Tsusho, W.R. Berkley Corporation, F.I.T. Ventures and CarMax are all members of the company’s investor group. It also has strategic partnerships with numerous dealership groups, auto auctions and vehicle fleets.
“We’re pleased to offer UVeye’s CDK Drive integration on Fortellis to continue delivering extraordinary innovation to dealers,” said Sandy Orlando, senior vice president of data and Fortellis at CDK Global.
“Leveraging the power of the Fortellis marketplace allows UVeye to be part of a growing number of companies creating products that are shaping the future of automotive retail,” Orlando went on to say.



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