Cam Systems’ UniSerV eliminates double entry for AC Tyres
Commercial tyre specialist AC Tyres is to streamline job sheet processing with its adoption of Cam Systems’ Document Manager. In addition the company will manage the transactional data feed to and from third party systems with the third party integration (3Pi) module from the UniSerV application suite. The module will eliminate double entry at both ends and “save up to a day a week” in administration time and costs according to Cam.
Established over 40 years ago, AC Tyres interacts with 70 per cent of businesses selling commercial tyres and billing via the internet. The latest development is part of ongoing changes to its IT systems, having switched from traditional postal invoices to online invoicing a few years ago. The company says the process has now been widely adopted by all its customers and suppliers.
Mark Sullivan, director at AC Tyres, says: “We are constantly striving to stay one step ahead in the marketplace, anticipating the changes required to maximise efficiencies. Through our partnership with Cam Systems and the implementation of Document Manager and 3Pi we look forward to achieving significant cost-time savings and implementing straight through processing with all third parties by fully networking administration and invoicing.”
Mike Allen, managing director at Cam Systems adds: “Our partnership with AC Tyres will enable them to enter data quickly and issue invoices easily for work completed without the traditional cost and time to service.”
The UniSerV application suite offers features such as call logging and customer policy and contract management, interactive mapping, fleet inspection, fleet management and e-Pen technology for breakdown forms. Cam’s Cameo platform can integrate the suite for systemised updating of stock and near real-time invoicing, the software provider says. This can make commercial functions speedier, more robust, less costly to process and, ultimately, easier and cheaper to manage.