VIN Viper Delivers Instant Car Values and History Reports Saving Dealers Time and Money

Wed, 08/11/2010 - 6:31am
CHARLESTON, S.C., /PRNewswire/ -- Selig Technologies, LLC, is proud to debut its revolutionary vehicle appraisal device that is unlike anything previously used by car dealers, independent vehicle brokers and auction houses. VIN Viper is a mobile device with a built-in VIN scanner that instantly returns live, real-time data from proprietary sources such as Black Book®, AuctionNet®, NADA Guides®, Kelley Blue Book®, GALVES Auto Price List®, CARFAX® and AutoCheck®. Quite simply, VIN Viper literally puts the power of appraising vehicles in the palm of your hand.

"We designed VIN Viper with a simple philosophy - save time, save money, sell cars," said Jason Seligman, president of Selig Technologies. "VIN Viper is the fastest, most reliable appraisal system on the market. It instantly retrieves real-time data from our data providers and is updated automatically with each VIN scan. It's quick and above all, it's easy. This is the one vehicle appraisal system that combines all the industry's top auto value providers into one instant and easy to use application because in today's competitive automotive marketplace, it's important to know more than the person next to you."

Designed and built by car people, for car people, VIN Viper boasts the intuitive interface of today's latest smartphones with enhanced accuracy and speed. Users can literally scan a hundred cars in minutes and share scanned data with others via email or manage it with the uniquely designed desktop suite application. The desktop suite allows users to manage the mobile device, create new appraisals, sync VIN scans and create custom reports. Not only is it the fastest and most accurate VIN reader, VIN Viper returns used car data and history reports up to five times faster than any competitor. With VIN Viper, simply point, scan, walk away, and the results are returned instantly, both to the mobile device and to the online desktop suite.


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