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IAS adding Crystal Fusion to superior F&I product portfolio in mid December

IAS Forges Nationwide Alliance With Crystal Fusion Technologies, Inc. To Offer Consumers Superior Windshield Protection Technology

Austin | Posted on December 14th, 2010

IAS, a leading provider of F&I aftermarket programs to automobile dealerships, today announced a formal alliance with Crystal Fusion Technologies Inc., a leading provider of windshield protection technologies.

Crystal Fusion is an aftermarket product that helps keep vehicle windshields cleaner and stronger while significantly improving hazards associated with night glare and windshield chips. Crystal Fusion may also increase driver reaction time in inclement weather because of a drastic improvement to overall visibility.

"Crystal Fusion is a perfect addition to the IAS portfolio. It adds substantial value to the vehicle sale while providing the car buyer with a tangible benefit," said Ray Doran, Founder and CEO of Crystal Fusion Technologies Inc. "IAS had all the components in place to expand distribution of Crystal Fusion and we took particular note of their superior reputation for administration and claims."

Under the alliance, IAS has chosen Crystal Fusion exclusively as part of their Windshield Repair or Replacement warranty program offerings. They currently offer a 5 year limited repair or replacement warranty and a general maintenance program. Product availability differs by state.

"Over the course of 2010, we have seen a robust increase in sales for our windshield repair and replacement warranty programs throughout the United States," said Bob Corbin, President and CEO of IAS. "Adding Crystal Fusion to our product offerings made sense for IAS because it's a quality product that will protect our customers as well as have a residual effect on a decrease in claims. Additionally, this opens up a new product for IAS' dynamic reinsurance program."

Crystal Fusion's three step process is simple to install and can take less than ten minutes from start to the delivery of a vehicle. The product is available on both new and used vehicles.

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About Innovative Aftermarket Systems
Innovative Aftermarket Systems (IAS) is the leading provider of F&I aftermarket programs to automotive dealerships. IAS offers a variety of products including, GAP, Invisible Phantom Footprints, Theft Avert, Super Polysteel, The Preferred Advantage, R.O.A.D. InTire, among others. Additionally, IAS' flagship software suite, SmartDealerProducts, provides revolutionary F&I software solutions for dealerships and their customers. IAS' training department, SmartDealerUniversity, provides ongoing training and feedback to ensure continued penetration, ethical presentations and increased profits for IAS dealership customers. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, IAS has hundreds of certified agents throughout the United States and provides technology solutions and aftermarket products for many of the top-100 dealer groups. For more information, please visit www.iasdirect.com.

About Crystal Fusion Technologies
Crystal Fusion Technologies, Inc. (CFT) brings advanced nanotechnology to the US Automotive market. The simple 3-step process transforms the surface of windshields so that they easily shed water in the rain, resist chips and cracks, and stay cleaner and clearer longer. CFT and IAS go above and beyond with extended consumer protection, a Maintenance Kit, and bouquet of Performance, Repair and Replacement Warranties to back up the amazing chemical properties of Crystal Fusion Technologies. In addition, the unique Crystal Fusion Maintenance Program builds a bridge between F&I and Service departments while enhancing customer retention.

Headquartered in Long Island, NY, Crystal Fusion's staff includes chemists, glass technicians, and automotive experts, who are committed to making chemically enhanced auto glass available to drivers nationwide, so that safety, durability, clarity and cleanliness can become a mainstay on the American roadway. More at www.cftproducts.com.

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