The Farmington Hills-based auto financing aggregator RouteOne announced Thursday that its Web site,, is now compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Android mobile browsers.

Virtually all RouteOne functionality can now be performed on these mobile devices.

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Using the RouteOne platform through these devices allows auto dealers to increase the efficiency of the sales process by enabling them to initiate the credit process and manage contracts from virtually anywhere inside or outside the dealership. Dealers may view a deal or a lead, request credit bureau reports and view credit scores, and enjoy quick and easy access to the full scope of the RouteOne platform.

“RouteOne has always been a leader in developing technologies that our dealer customers require to perform their jobs better, faster, and more efficiently,” said Mike Jurecki, RouteOne CEO. “The mobile service offering provided by RouteOne allows the dealers greater flexibility in conducting business with their customers – wherever, whenever, and however they need to do so.”

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Dealers may contact RouteOne Sales Support at (866) 933-0663 or for additional information.

RouteOne was formed in 2002 by Chrysler Financial, Ford Motor Credit Co., GMAC, and Toyota Financial Services to create a more streamlined credit application for automobile dealers and their customers. Providing access to more than 21,500 dealers in North America, RouteOne’s Web-based system allows automotive dealers to submit credit applications to the largest indirect lenders, request credit reports, and increase profitability with RouteOne’s free Dealer Reporting Suite.

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