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Decision Dynamics, Inc. (DDI) Announces Nebraska Electronic Lien and Title (ELT) Provider Services

Decision Dynamics, Inc. (DDI) has announced availability as an approved provider of Electronic Lien and Title (ELT) services in Nebraska. As Nebraska becomes the most recent state to eliminate vehicle paper titles with liens, DDI is positioned to be a leader in electronic titling services with Premier eTItleLien™.

Lexington, SC, August 12, 2010Decision Dynamics, Inc. (DDI) has unveiled its latest version of the Premier eTitleLien® product for serving lenders in Nebraska’s new Electronic Lien and Title (ELT) program. With Nebraska’s ELT program beginning January 1, 2011, vehicle paper titles with liens will no longer be printed and the ELT program provides the sole method for lienholders to obtain electronic titles.

Nebraska lenders have chosen DDI’s Premier eTitleLien® because it provides the most cost-effective solution for streamlining their titling processes.

Lienholders have already begun enrolling in Nebraska’s ELT program through Premier eTitleLien® and are ready to join the electronic age of vehicle titling. DDI President and CEO, Glenn Thames, says “Nebraska lenders have chosen DDI’s Premier eTitleLien® because it provides the most cost-effective solution for streamlining their titling processes.” Thames added that DDI’s feature-rich ELT product is available with no start-up fees, no monthly minimums, and no long-term, locked-in contracts.

Premier eTitleLien® is a web-based application which allows lienholders to participate in a state’s ELT program and remain in complete control of their title portfolio. Lienholders can manage their vehicle titles electronically and receive an electronic ownership record in lieu of a paper title. Premier eTitleLien® interfaces with a state’s motor vehicle titling agency’s computer systems to receive electronic titles and transmit lien releases for the lienholder. With Premier eTitleLien®, lenders have access to their electronic titles and the tools needed to streamline the titling process.

“DDI’s commitment to customer service excellence has prompted record growth in the ELT market through Premier eTitleLien®,” says Thames. In Arizona, a state which transitioned to mandatory ELT on May 31, 2010, DDI gained over fifty percent of the market share, adding more client accounts than any other ELT vendor.

Currently serving over 900 client accounts in 42 states, Thames says that DDI is proud to enter the Nebraska ELT market positioned as a leading service provider.
DDI is a software technology company that provides electronic titling services for lienholders in the United States.

For more information on the electronic titling, visit http://www.etitlelien.com.

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