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M1 Data & Analytics Integrates Black Book Family of Vehicle Appraisal Guides

March 18, 2013

M1 Data & Analytics is proud to announce the integration of The Black Book family of vehicle appraisal guides, widely known in the automotive industry for providing timely, independent and accurate vehicle pricing data, is published by National Auto Research, a division of Hearst Business Media.

New- and used-car dealers, lenders, manufacturers, fleet remarketers, and government agencies have relied on Black Book since 1955 and M1 Data & Analytics is the first supplier of data to integrate this resource into an online line count and ordering system.

“Providing Black Book to our customers and client base is a testament to our commitment in continuing to provide a deep understanding of the need to produce specific data, while utilizing the most accurate values in the industry,” said Gregory Ashe, Chief Operating Officer of M1 Data & Analytics. “This integration will provide our customers with better pricing, more accurate data records, and a better return on their data investment. We are pleased to be the first data analytics company to integrate Black Book data in this fashion.”

Black Book is best known in the Automotive Industry for providing timely, independent, and accurate vehicle pricing information. Black Book data is published daily by National Auto Research, a division of Hearst Business Media. Black Book Data is also available to industry qualified companies for license and sublicense through proprietary web services, APIs, and data feeds. The Black Book mission is to provide the Automotive Industry with timely, independent, and accurate information to help make the right decisions.

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