Farmington Hills, MI - Effective immediately, RouteOne, a comprehensive platform of F&I solutions including digital retail, credit application, eContracting, and compliance, will transition a set of proven leaders within the organization to new roles that will further develop, strengthen, and diversify enterprise perspectives to best serve its customers. In each of their respective roles, Jeff Belanger, Amanda George, and Scott Johnsen have continually executed on RouteOne’s key values: integrity, teamwork, service, organizational excellence, financial stewardship and respect. It’s these values that help RouteOne deliver the technology thousands of dealers and finance sources rely on to sell and finance vehicles across North America.
Jeff Belanger will assume the role of Vice President, National Business Development, with the responsibilities for our Dealer Sales and Training teams. Belanger has dedicated 13+ years to RouteOne in his previous roles in Operations, Project Management, Product Development, and Finance Source Business Development. Prior to arriving at RouteOne, he held various roles in the finance industry. The focus of his new position will be to maintain the highest levels of dealer satisfaction, while continuing to grow the RouteOne dealer network and streamline the F&I process for dealers.
Amanda George will assume the role of Vice President, Finance Source Development, with the responsibilities for our Finance Source Sales and Integrations teams. George has dedicated 13+ years to RouteOne in her previous roles in Operations, Project Management, Product Development, and Dealer Business Development. Prior to her time at RouteOne, she held various roles in the management consulting industry. The focus of her new position will be to manage the support and growth of finance source partners and drive market adoption of technology that streamlines the financing process.
Scott Johnsen will assume the role of Vice President, Customer Strategy, with the responsibility of supporting key accounts and automotive OEM customers. Johnsen has dedicated 8+ years to RouteOne in his previous roles in Product Development, Dealer Business Development, and Finance Source Business Development. Prior to his time at RouteOne, he held various roles in automotive retail sales, automotive indirect finance source sales and is a United States Marine Corps veteran. The focus of his new assignment will be to gather, define, and clarify the insights that drive RouteOne’s creative solutions and help make a difference in its client’s business.
“RouteOne is dedicated to providing the vehicle financing industry with innovative technology solutions backed by outstanding customer support,” stated Justin Oesterle, RouteOne’s Chief Executive Officer. “I am excited by these new leadership appointments and confident that our team will continue to deliver on those objectives and serve our rapidly evolving industry and customers with excellence.”
RouteOne was founded with the goal of providing systems and services of choice to dealers and finance sources in the vehicle financing industry, while delivering the best-in-class service its customers deserve and have come to expect. With this transition, customers can continue to expect the highest level of service from the entire RouteOne team.
RouteOne was formed in 2002 by Ally Financial, Ford Motor Credit Company, TD Auto Finance, and Toyota Financial Services to improve the F&I process for automobile dealers and their customers. Connecting thousands of dealers and finance sources in North America for vehicle financing, RouteOne’s platform delivers a comprehensive suite of F&I solutions across multiple channels: in-store, online, mobile and via third-party solutions. Its flagship products include credit applications, eContracting, compliance and digital retail services. In addition, RouteOne enables dealer choice across a wide variety of best-in-class providers through open integrations with over 130 DSPs. More information is available at www.routeone.com.