When I started reading this article I was agitated, thinking that electronic deal jackets, electronic signature pads, electronic document archives and electronic transmission of forms to lenders and vendors was a step towards reducing the F&I Manager's responsibility to a clerk. As I continued reading though, it became clear that the future (paperless) F&I office has been developing over time and based on the reliance of electronic convenience today, it's inevitable. With less time needed to shuffle paperwork, I would utilize that precious time to practice my sales skills and techniques more and to learn more than I know today about how to improve in my career.
What comments do you have about our future, paperless F&I office?
What would you do with the time it saves you?
LINK to full article HERE