C.L. Hanson & Associates joins credit network

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Wolters Kluwer Financial Services announced that C.L. Hanson & Associates, a specialty marine finance and insurance agency, joined the AppOne platform.

AppOne helps automate the credit approval, document preparation and financing processes for lenders and the dealerships they work with. C.L. Hanson will use AppOne to simplify the preparation of loan documents, automate credit application processing and connect its dealer customers with lenders.

“Our key focus is helping dealers gain important time back in their day so they can meet more customers’ needs, complete more sales and grow their business,” C.L. Hanson & Associates president Craig Hanson said in a statement. “By utilizing AppOne, we can continue to simplify the time-intensive finance and insurance process for dealers and alleviate their in-house resources.”

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