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PassTime Partners with Verifacto

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PassTime and Verifacto announced the companies have completed a software integration

project.

Customers utilizing both Verifacto software and PassTime GPS solutions will now be able

to perform a variety of device management functions directly within Verifacto as well as

utilizing custom insurance status features.

Verifacto’s risk management system tracks insurance status and compliance for

lienholders and additional insured, combined with loan payment reminders and payment

processing.

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