SILICON SLOPES, Utah, Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Omadi, Inc., the custom mobile technology leader for towing software has teamed up with Auto Data Direct, Inc., (ADD) the industry leader for real-time motor vehicle data. This integration will allow current and future Omadi users access to three powerful tools offered by ADD: DMV123 real-time registrant and lienholder data, DirectPost-Office electronic certified mail for owner/lienholder notification, and junk/salvage reporting to the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS). In addition, current ADD customers can access the Omadi software platform to use ADD services and view information from Omadi reports and dashboards without the need to log in to both systems, resulting in greater efficiency and productivity. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161116/440380 Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161116/440379 The Omadi-ADD integration will offer an automated system to process impounds that is completely integrated into Omadi's towing platform to help save time, save money, and ensure state-by-state legal compliance. "We are very pleased to offer this integration of ADD's core services as an enhancement to the Omadi system," said Jim Taylor, President of ADD. "ADD's success has come from providing accurate, efficient, and secure tools for DPPA-qualified entities like members of the tow industry. Being able to meet state and federal requirements from lien notification to reporting junk or salvaged vehicles to NMVTIS, saves time and money for the tow operator and helps protect consumers when it comes to their vehicle." For towing companies, getting the right data when they need it, in the most efficient way possible, makes all the difference. Omadi offers the most robust system in the towing industry for businesses going paperless, and the integration of ADD services will help its clients achieve state and federal compliance quickly and easily. This means that tow operators are free to focus on what they do best - help others and recover vehicles from the worst situations.