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DDI Technology Expanding to Accommodate Auto Industry Growth

September 29, 2022 Perspectives Tab Edmundson

Tab Edmundson, President

DDI Technology’s Perspectives section features short articles on technologies and services designed to help financial institutions and automotive dealers increase efficiencies, reduce costs, and improve their customer service.

DDI Technology is expanding its Irmo, SC, facility to accommodate significant growth in its automotive industry services less than two years after moving into a new corporate office. The company opened the 16,500 square foot facility in September 2020 and is now adding 6,000 square feet to expand its Titling Center.

“This expansion underscores just how quickly DDI is growing in the automotive industry,” said Tab Edmundson, President, DDI Technology and Vice President of Client Solutions, IAA. “It speaks to both the products and services we provide, as well as our excellent customer support. The automotive industry clearly recognizes the advantages DDI Technology provides.”

DDI Technology offers financial institutions and automotive dealers a suite of automotive title/registration management and total-loss transaction technologies that deliver efficiencies, reduce costs, and enable superior customer service.

When DDI moved into the Irmo facility it had already planned for future onsite growth, Edmundson said. The existing office houses DDI’s title processing, vault storage, IT development, and customer experience department. It also provides space for more than four million titles onsite, ensuring expedient processing for DDI’s customers.

Edmundson noted that the expansion represents DDI Technology’s support of the local business community. “DDI, IAA, and the IAA family of brands are committed to the South Carolina business community,” he said.

The expansion is expected to be completed by September 2022, and a red ribbon ceremony is scheduled for September 22. The project makes DDI the largest tenant in the 1 Wellness Blvd building.  

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