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ABCoA Integrates with Allegro Lending Suite, from ILT's Direct Lending System

Banking CIO Outlook | Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Advanced Business Computers of America develops and supports end-to-end software solutions for the subprime automotive and finance industry.

FREMONT, CA: Advanced Business Computers of America (ABCoA), the leading provider of software with real-time accounting for subprime finance companies, auto finance companies, independent car dealers, and the BHPH / LHPH industry, has completed its latest release integrating Allegro Lending Suite with its industry-leading DMS software, Deal Pack.

Since 1983, Advanced Business Computers of America has helped automotive dealerships and finance companies eliminate duplication, remain compliant, and achieve success with dependable, all-in-one software and white-glove service and support.

"At ABCoA, we believe integrations help to create an even more complete solution for our customers," stated ABCoA's President, Jonathan Hedy. "The Allegro platform was designed by a team with extensive experience in indirect lending. Our integration provides a seamless integration into Deal Pack's application to complete the ecosystem."

Regarding the integration, Will McGregor, President, and CEO of ILT said, "The ultimate objective of all product development at ILT is maximizing the efficiency of the lending process for all our lender clients. Automated transfer of loan data from our systems to their core data management systems enhances the efficiency of our products and helps us achieve that overall goal. Much of our recent growth has been in the subprime segment, and our clients specializing in this market are particularly interested in increased efficiencies. That's why we are so pleased to complete the link with Deal Pack."

Integrated Lending Technologies, LLC offers innovative technology solutions and consulting services for the lending industry. ILT has extensive experience customizing integrations with lenders' host or core management systems.

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