Best Practices, Efficient Recoveries Add Up to More Assignments

Our Affiliate’s bottom line is directly attributed to the strength of their network of data. We understand that the more assignments you have the more money you can make, and that’s what we have been working to improve. Through DRN Providers, lenders get more repos, faster repos and more compliant repos. And as a result, DRN’s LPR hotlist has reached an all-time high of 160,000 assignments per month.

You don’t reach those numbers by talking – you have to deliver and do more. That “more” is our secret sauce. It’s not enough to equip our Providers and Affiliates with the best equipment and access to the largest database of vehicle sightings (4 billion and growing), we work with them to implement best practices and strategies for growing their businesses. Get info on our Repo Best Practices Webinar with Mike Gibbs from RepoPulse.

And lenders have voted for DRN by awarding our Providers with more assignments. Affiliates that want to tap into our base including the top 100 lenders nationwide, should sign up with a DRN approved Provider for access to 10 times more assignments than they would have without the Provider. That’s a best practice worth up to 20% increase in asset pick-ups.

With numbers like that we see a new hotlist record in our future and new revenue in yours.

Andy Cameron

As Vice President of the Data Recovery Team, Andy leads the DRN Recovery Network, Hardware sales teams and manages the Provider relationships.

In his previous role at Portfolio Recovery Associates (PRA) as the VP of LPR Operations, Andy built the LPR division from the bottom up, including agent management, dispatch services, and national distribution of LPR systems. He was instrumental in rapidly establishing and growing the operation’s national footprint. In addition, Andy has over 20 years of experience in Internal Security holding positions ranging from Regional Director to Vice President.

Andy is an honorably discharged United States Marine Corps veteran and served from 1983 to 1987. He attended Sacramento City College.

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