SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- DealerSocket's newly launched iDMS platform for independent dealers has integrated with FetchAQuote.com (also known as Fetch), an electronic auto insurance service. Fetch is accessible to iDMS users without a login or password, simply by clicking the "More" icon and choosing "Save Customers Money on Car Insurance" within the Deals module in iDMS.
Independent dealers can use Fetch to help their buyers secure affordable car insurance quotes in a matter of seconds. Customers then select the coverage they prefer and purchase it on the spot. From start to finish, the entire process takes less than six minutes. "Every single day, car dealerships struggle to close deals for customers who either have no auto insurance or expensive insurance. As the buyer's insurance bill goes up, the amount the customer can spend on the vehicle, options and back-end products goes down," said Berk Jolly, CEO of Fetch. "Why should dealers continually be asked to lower the price of the vehicle when the real problem in the negotiations is the customer's high cost of insurance? That's something Fetch can easily fix, and I'm excited we will now do so for iDMS users." Jennifer Lee, Vice President, Product Development at DealerSocket, shared her thoughts on why the company wanted to integrate with Fetch. "Our independent dealers often work with customers who have no insurance or are extremely difficult to insure. One of the biggest benefits of offering Fetch to iDMS users is that it helps buyers get insured quickly, cheaply and at all hours of the day. We focus on integrations that will save our dealers time and money. Fetch does both, so we look forward to a long and fruitful partnership." Fetch offers a large selection of nonstandard insurers that can insure customers with poor credit and/or bad driving histories. Many independent dealers who offer CPI or debt cancellation programs find that using Fetch to help the customer buy liability insurance offers a combination of convenience and legal compliance that local insurance agents cannot provide.