Arnie and Onetick Technology are partnering to offers repairers Pre-Repair Finance and/or Invoice Financing using highly automated tools to:
- reduce paperwork
- provide instant response
- no application fees
- funds normally available within the next business day
Invoice factoring is not a new concept. Onetick Technology improves on the old method by using a smart, automated system to make the process easier and faster. The notes provided here describe how repairers can access pre-repair finance and/or invoice factoring on a job by job basis within Arnie.
1. Login to Arnie
To access Arnie, open your preferred web browser and go to www.arnie.com.au. Once the Arnie login page appears, enter your username and password.
2. Find the Job
From 'To Do List', find and click on the Job for factoring.
3. Pre-finance and Invoice Factor selection
The Job opens in the View Job page. Locate the options to select Pre-Repair Finance and Factor Invoice with Onetick.
For Pre-Repair Financing, select the checkbox and review the terms and conditions. Click Proceed or Cancel.
Once the quote is authorised by the insurer, Onetick will provide a response to the pre-repair finance request via email.
4. Invoice Factor selection
From the View Job screen, select the checkbox 'Factor Invoice with Onetick' to select only this option. Repairers who selected Pre-Repair Finance will automatically have Factor Invoice selected. Review the terms and conditions and click Proceed or Cancel.
Onetick will provide a response to the factor invoice request via email.
What happens if the insurer rejects a factored invoice?
Arnie will notify the factoring provider when a factored invoice has been rejected by the insurer.
If Onetick is selected for factoring a job, will this change my default factoring provider choice?
Repairers have the option to select Pre-Repair Finance or Factor Invoice on a job-by-job basis without modifying the default provider. When a job is selected to be invoiced by Onetick, the default factor company choice is ignored.
Is Pre-Repair Finance or Factor Invoice available to sublet repairers?
Not at this time.