LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. – Manheim will be a headline sponsor presenting “The Future of Online Auctions,” at the DealerTrack Innovation Conference scheduled for September 17-18, 2007, in Las Vegas, Nevada, reported in PR Newswire.

DealerTrack, Inc., a subsidiary of DealerTrack Holdings, Inc. also announced other co-sponsors of the second annual DealerTrack Innovation Conference. The Innovation Conference is a unique networking and educational event designed to showcase the latest dealership technology trends and best practices.

Gold level sponsors, including The Cobalt Group, Microsoft Corporation, Autobase, Inc. and AIMData, will participate in panel discussions on topics such as "Driving More Leads to Increase Profit and Unit Sales," "The Open Dealer Management System (DMS)" and more.

"Manheim is proud to partner with DealerTrack as the Headline Sponsor of the Innovation Conference, one of the premier events in the auto retail industry," said Mike Lang, Manheim's Chief Marketing Officer. "We are honored to be part of an event that brings together dealers, lenders and other partners in this educational forum, which benefits the entire auto retailing industry."

In addition, seven other leading technology providers will exhibit at the conference. These silver sponsors include: AmazingMail, DealerSocket, eOriginal, First Advantage CREDCO, KEYper Systems, NADA Analytical Services Group, and SIRIUS Satellite Radio. All participating companies will be available to answer questions after their sessions.

In addition Dave Schembri, president of smart USA, will share marketing plans and other key information about the company’s innovative technology. The compact smart car provides ecological benefits through extremely high fuel economy.

The Innovation Conference, scheduled at the Paris Hotel & Casino, will include golf and poker networking opportunities on September 17. On September 18 educational sessions will include keynote presentations by Matthew May and Josh "Chop" Towbin, as well as interactive breakout sessions. For more information on conference rates, registration and accommodations, visit