Tekion Launches Industry First Zero-Contact Digital Sales and Service, Consumer Focused Applications, as Part of Its Revolutionary Automotive Retail Cloud Platform

SAN RAMON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tekion, a technology company, announced today the launch of its latest innovative consumer facing products for dealers, Zero-Contact Digital Sales and Service. These proprietary applications are part of Tekion’s Automotive Retail Cloud, the first and fastest cloud-native retail operating platform that seamlessly connects all aspects of the automotive retail journey. “Tekion’s Zero-Contact products enable dealers and manufacturers to sell and service vehicles in the most simple, secure and contact-free way while providing great experiences to their customers, said Jay Vijayan, Founder and CEO of Tekion.

Zero-Contact Digital Sales facilitates vehicle sales from anywhere. Dealers interact with consumers securely online to collaborate and work payments in real-time. Consumers can choose how to shop and buy based on vehicle selection or budget. They can digitally sign and send documentation, place a deposit online and receive their new vehicle at their door. The entire process

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Forsyth Honored As ‘County Of Excellence’ For Transportation Bond

CUMMING, GA — Forsyth County has been named the recipient of the 2020 County of Excellence award, presented by the Association County Commissioners of Georgia, in the category of infrastructure and transportation for the county’s innovative approach to addressing community needs with a transportation bond.

During their meeting Thursday, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recognized the engineering and finance departments for the achievement.

“We are thrilled to be recognized for the work that has been put in place over the past six years with the bond,” said Forsyth County Director of Engineering John Cunard. “Our transportation bond set an example for other communities to consider going forward for how to fund transportation projects and it is an option that has worked tremendously well for us.”

On Nov. 4, 2014, Forsyth County voters approved an up to $200 million general obligation bond to finance a variety of transportation projects.

Of

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