California Credit Company Moves HQ to Frisco, Renames Informativ

Credit Bureau Connection—a Fresno, California-based provider of credit-related leadership, credit reporting and compliance solutions—has moved its headquarters to Frisco and renamed Informativ.

Serving auto dealers, lenders, and other end markets, Informativ is powered by Capstreet, a Houston-based lower middle market private equity firms. Its former office in Fresno will now serve as its Innovation & Client Success Center.

Merge the three companies under the new brand

Of the new Informativ brand combines CBC with two other companies he acquired two years ago, CreditDriver and Dealer Safeguard Solutions.

David Carner

Informative says it has a long history of consumer protection, fraud prevention, consumer compliance, and credit reporting—it offers “a comprehensive and dynamic portfolio of solutions that includes the consumer from the lead series through a transaction.” The company aims to “simplify the complexity” by providing trackable, enriching leads and qualified customers, a secure and compliant sales process, and a fast, reliable credit partner.

“Rebranding as Informativ is more than just a name change,” CEO Informativ David Carner said in a statement. “Over the past year, we have created a comprehensive solution that allows businesses to have a smooth and consistent credit and compliance process that benefits their operations and their people. purchase. We plan to continue to innovate and expand our capabilities to better serve our customers while providing the exceptional customer service for which we are known.

Rick Pleczko, CEO of Capstreet’s Operating Executive Group and chairman of the CBC, called these new changes “a very exciting thing.”

“David and his team have created an offer that allows customers to check and provide qualified guidance, reduce exposure to risk and easily access all credit reports in one place, and we are proud to continue always support the development of Informativ,” said Pleczko.

Informativ plans to present its new name and brand in Dallas from January 27 to 29 during NADA, the largest event in the automotive industry.

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