PETALUMA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/13 -- AVRS (Automated Vehicle Registration Services), the technology platform leader in vehicle registration, announced the opening of their new corporate headquarters, the version 3.0 release of IntelliTRAC ©, Patent Pending, and the addition of Internet Visionary Warren J. Kaplan as an advisory board member.
The new Petaluma headquarters will support the expansion of AVRS for the foreseeable future and will be the home of the new training facility. AVRS is the first in the industry to provide qualified business partner training. The accelerated training allows business partners to meet all compliance requirements for car dealership personnel (entry level, intermediate, advanced, and custom solutions) in the electronic processing of vehicle registration, titling, transfer and renewals. The new training facility is in addition to the free business partner onsite training and seminars currently hosted throughout California cities and counties.
The new headquarters is strategically located near a fiber hub, and AVRS has signed a long-term contract for a significant gigabit network connection (equivalent to 666 T1 circuits). The system upgrade is a first in the vehicle registration service industry. The new hardware and software will allow for massive expansion and unrivaled performance for dealerships using AVRS as their provider.
According to AVRS CEO Bob Rieger, "We are growing and to support that growth we want to focus on a world class facility that is designed to offer best-in-class customer support, an unparalleled software development team and training that will provide our clients with service that will exceed their expectations."
IntelliTRAC ©, Patent Pending, is the most advanced Vehicle Registration and Document Management platform in the vehicle registration industry. It fills the compliance gap between the DMV, new car dealerships and vehicle registration service providers. The platform is developed to be 30% faster, easier to use, more feature-rich and less expensive than current systems in the market.
"The new facility and the new software release is just the beginning of our strategic expansion into a nationwide presence in the vehicle registration industry," said Rieger. "In addition, expanding our advisory board will support our strategic direction by adding Warren Kaplan who is one of the most prolific business leaders in Silicon Valley over the past twenty years."
AVRS is proud to add Warren J. Kaplan to the advisory board. He has over thirty years of experience in leading, consulting and advisory work for public and private companies. Warren was CEO and President and Board Member of Accellion, Inc.; President, COO and Board Member of AboveNet Communications, Inc. Warren has also served as Executive Vice President, Managing Director, and CFO for NetCom Communications and, has also served as Executive VP and Interim CEO for Gefinor USA. Warren has developed and sold companies in excess of $6 billion realizing substantial ROI for investors.
For more information or to schedule an interview with AVRS senior management, please contact Bob Rieger at: PR@AVRS.com or call 707-658-4100.
Founded in (2008), AVRS.com is the technology leader in providing the most advanced, feature rich vehicle registration solution in the industry. It is the only vehicle registration system powered by IntelliTRAC TM copyright, patent pending, state of the art document compliance tool that provides the tracking and reporting needed to keep pace with new car dealerships and other companies that handle vehicle titles and registration. For more information visit http://avrs.com
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