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Ford Optimizes and Expands Warranty Data Feeds Using Oxlo SaaS Software

SaaS Software | Ford | Automotive News

Automotive News – Broomfield, Colorado – Aug 3, 2015 – Oxlo Systems Inc., the owner and operator of ODIN™, the Open Dealer Integration Network for the automotive industry, announces Ford Motor Company Emerging Market Services has selected Oxlo’s saas software to enable timely registration of extended warranty service plans that have been sold by auto dealers across the globe.

The project, a collaboration between Ford IT and Oxlo Systems, leverages Oxlo’s industry proven saas software to optimize an existing integrated data feed and position Ford to easily expand Emerging Market Services to countries that are not currently able to register the plans. The saas software solution, Oxlo’s Open Dealer Integration Network, accepts 3rd party warranty data feeds and performs pre-processing and data transformation prior to submission to Ford. The optimized business process includes warranty status responses provided by Ford and converted by ODIN.

Additionally, the Ford EMS support team will use Oxlo’s ODIN™ for Ford EMS, a secure online web portal connected to the Oxlo Open Dealer Integration Network to view data feeds, registration process status and manage registration exceptions. The combination of these saas software solutions provide a complete integrated and managed data feed solution for Ford Emerging Market Services.

“We are pleased to continue to expand our saas software information technology relationship with the Ford Emerging Market Services team. Our collaborative solutions rapidly deliver forward thinking dealer data integration solutions. We are confident that this next solution will continue to demonstrate the value of our growing Dealer Integration Network.” said Gene Brothers, CEO of Oxlo Systems. “The integration of the network with the ODIN™ for Ford EMS user portal is yet one more instance where Ford IT has rapidly leveraged Oxlo’s Continue reading