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Wolters Kluwer and Informed.IQ Team Together for a Webinar on How Auto Lenders Can Create a Digital Back-Office Ecosystem

Auto professionals know they need to digitize; this webinar will show them ‘how’ along with the role of AI and automation

NEW YORK – June 4, 2024 – Wolters Kluwer, a global leader in professional information, software solutions and services, announced today it will make available an educational Webinar to help automotive finance professionals better understand the role AI and automation are now playing in the auto industry. Crossing the chasm into the new digital world: The impact of AI and automation in creating a fully digital auto ecosystem. Click here to register for the webinar, scheduled for June 18, 2024 at 2:00 PM ET.

In 2024, it is no longer a question of whether the industry should automate its back-office processes or why lenders should enter the digital world, it is now a matter of how lenders make automation possible. This Webinar will discuss the common” gotchas” to going digital, who to talk to, how to manage all the moving pieces and what attendees can expect living in the new world of an all-digital automotive ecosystem.

The Webinar will take place with Tim Yalich, Head of Automotive Strategy from Wolters Kluwer, and Jessica Gonzalez, VP of Customer Success at Informed.IQ, and they will show how today’s auto lender professionals can learn how to cross the chasm from paper to digital to stay ahead of the pack.

Attendees will get an insider’s view of technical and AI considerations, legal and compliance risks, integrations and digital hand-offs, data verification, and how cultural shifts in digitization will reshape the automotive lending ecosystem.

The webinar will offer insightful perspective from both Yalich and Gonzalez, along with a Q&A session where they will each answer some of today’s most important questions on the topic of how to digitize operations, what is needed, and the role AI and automation are now playing today for lenders.

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