CuneXus Solutions, a leader in advanced consumer lending automation technology, and Rollick have partnered to provide consumers with convenience and transparency when shopping for vehicles such as a motorcycle, RV, or boat.
“This partnership will take the outdoor RV buying experience to a new level – empowering a potential audience of 10 million U.S. consumers with more tools to help them confidently make a significant purchase decision,” said Bernie Brenner, founder and CEO of Rollick.
“We’re now able to tie the financing directly to the recreational vehicle inventory, making the purchase transaction much less complicated for the buyer, while also optimizing efficiencies for both the lender and dealer,” said Dave Buerger, CEO of CuneXus.
CuneXus’ Comprehensive Prescreened Lending (CPL) technology allows banks and credit unions to offer on-demand “click to accept” loans to customers where and when they need them, with no application necessary. The company’s lending automation platform eliminates the loan application process for creditworthy borrowers, delivering personalized loan offers to consumers using a combination of the institution's customer information and lending criteria, as well as customer credit history, behavior and location, according to the company.
Rollick provides savings and additional benefits on RVs to members of its affinity partners, which includes policyholders of major insurance providers, employees at more than 2,500 U.S. companies, members of the military, veterans, and first responders. Through the partnership, Rollick will extend its offering to credit union members and bank customers, while helping these financial institutions increase their loan penetration for RVs, according to the company.
The loan offer can be accepted on the spot. Rollick-certified dealers provide shoppers with details on the price of the vehicle, including all fees, available incentives, and savings on aftermarket products like accessories and apparel.
“Rollick and CuneXus are providing these industries with an embedded experience that is integrated on both sides,” said Buerger.