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DealerVault to speak at Wisconsin Automobile and Truck Dealer Association seminars in June

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SOURCE DealerVault

LA CROSSE, Wis., June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DealerVault, the first ever cloud-based system that allows dealerships to control the distribution of their data, announces it will be speaking at 3 Wisconsin Automobile and Truck Dealer Association (WATDA) seminars in June.

Russell Grant, VP of Brand and Business Development for DealerVault, will be speaking on June 10 in Eau Claire, and June 11 in Neenah and Madison, Wisconsin.  Attendees will learn about best practices and pitfalls to avoid in order to protect their dealership data. In addition, Mr. Grant will examine critical policies and procedures that every dealership should enforce.  Dealers will walk away with a step-by-step approach that will ensure their dealership has better control of their data.

"Big Data has given us a tremendous opportunity at our dealerships to improve sales, service and efficiencies," states Grant.  "However, it also brings greater risk as our data is moving from within our dealerships to our outside vendors.  I have spoken to thousands of dealerships on this topic and look forward to discussing best practices to protect our dealerships."

For more information about DealerVault or to schedule a demonstration, please call (877) 834-2451.

About DealerVault
DealerVault is the first ever cloud-based system designed to allow dealerships to control the syndication and distribution of their data to approved third-party solution providers utilizing cloud services from Rackspace® Hosting. DealerVault is a privately-held corporation founded in 2013 and headquartered in La Crosse, Wisconsin. For more information, visit www.dealervault.com or www.youtube.com/DealerVault.

CONTACT:
Shannon Wilber
Director of Marketing
608.793.5567
media@dealervault.com

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