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David Kain interviews AUTOFLYTE team

We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with David Kain, President of Kain Automotive, on a video conference to discuss AUTOFLYTE and walk through part of our EDGE platform. David is a key industry executive and thought leader we’ve admired for a while and have crossed paths with several times over the years. 

We have edited this video down quite a bit from the original since there was a lot to discuss and we have a tendency to nerd out on the data when anyone asks us about it. For the full video interview, click here

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