KeyVault to Debut 112 Xpress at NADA
February 1, 2013
In an effort to better serve a wider demographic of dealerships, KeyVault announces that it will be releasing the 112 Xpress at this year’s National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention and Expo. The system — which holds 112 keys as opposed to the standard-sized system’s 240 keys — is designed to appeal to used car lots, service bays and dealerships with smaller inventories.
“This product was created in response to repeated demand for a more space-efficient system,” said Ron Swan, president of Advanced Dealer Services, who sells KeyVault systems. “Customers who buy this system will benefit from the high-end technology of the larger KeyVault system without purchasing space they don’t need.”
The features KeyVault is known for will be preserved in the 112 Xpress. In addition to a lower price point and a space efficient design, the 112 Xpress offers a touchscreen interface, text alerts for unauthorized key checkouts or overdue keys and the ability to network multiple KeyVault systems contained within other departments or at other dealerships.
To view a demo of the new system, visit booth #2026 at NADA. For more information about NADA, visit www.nadaconventionandexpo.org.
KeyVault is an electronic key security system that gives dealerships the ability to account for vehicle keys at all times. The KeyVault system features a touchscreen and biometric fingerprint reader, creating a verifiable audit trail and enabling users to check keys out quickly without compromising security. Its web-based management technology allows clients to access the KeyVault system from any computer with internet access. To learn more about KeyVault, call 866.563.0629 or email email@example.com.