Excel Automotive Group (EAG) has hailed the impact of Origin Software Services after investing in the company’s e-commerce solution to transform the way in which customers utilise EAG’s electronic trading platform.
Earlier this month, MAM Software Group, Inc. announced it had entered into a definitive agreement under which it will be acquired by Berkshire-based ERP solutions specialist Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS). The provider of cloud-based business and on-premise management solutions for the automotive parts, tyre and vertical distribution industries will be acquired in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately US$154.3 million.
MTS exhaust systems, distributed in the UK by Opera Automotive, has announced that its full catalogue of exhausts, catalytic converters and fittings, is now listed on MAM Software’s online vehicle parts catalogue Autocat, as the brand continues to gain popularity with motor factors and installers throughout the UK. Simply by entering a Vehicle Registration Mark […]
MAM Software has announced it is exhibiting at the 2017 Automechanika Birmingham exhibition at the NEC in June. Mam reports it will offer first-hand demonstrations of its products, and the chance to meet support and sales representatives in one-to-one meetings.
Autoparts UK has added a wide range of new features to its web-based garage management tool, Workshop Expert Online, including implementing a fresh, clean design to the ‘Document’ tab to ensure efficient access for users.
The motor factor has worked alongside MAM software to develop key aspects of the platform, improving site navigation and user engagement.
Automotive parts supplier Andrew Page has signed an exclusive partnership deal with both CarweB and MAM Software to map OE parts suppliers’ data against the UK vehicle parc. Mark Saunders, CEO of Andrew Page stated: “Combining the best of Carweb and MAM has created an industry leading cataloguing solution and is a very exciting development […]
More than 1,000 end users from the tyre, automotive parts and vertical distribution industries are now utilising MAM Software Group’s cloud-hosted business management solutions, the company reports. Growth has been particularly strong of late, and MAM says that over the last 12 months, 75 per cent of new customers in the United Kingdom have chosen the Software as a Service (SaaS) option over the traditional licensing and delivery model; key reasons given for choosing cloud hosting are simplified IT maintenance, security and scalability.
MAM Software has been chosen to supply a new point-of-sale and management solution for Goodyear’s company-owned retail store locations in North America, and it will also be made available to independent Goodyear tyre and automotive service dealers there. The new solution will leverage MAM’s VAST POS application and deliver a solution that can be delivered on premise or via the cloud.
MAM Software reports that tyre dealer Paul Jarrold Tyres Ltd has experienced significant growth since using MAM Autopart Tyres, MAM Software’s flagship business management solution for the tyre industry. Paul Jarrold has now extended its operations by purchasing the premises next door as a result of opening new revenue streams and enhancing the customer experience.
MAM Software has announced it will exhibit at Automechanika Frankfurt between 16 and 20 September. The company’s show presence will be located in the SMMT Pavilion in hall 5.1 at stand E95, and the company says it will use the event to identify new market opportunities for its cloud-based enterprise management software, data and e-commerce solutions.
Exol Lubricants full range of products is now listed on MAM Software’s online vehicle parts catalogue Autocat+.Exol has taken the initiative in the marketplace and responded to the difficulties faced by distributors and installers in selecting the correct oil for a specific vehicle. The dedicated presence on MAM’s Autocat+ catalogue will place accurate information directly into the hands of the users, making oil selection simple and allowing for instant access to Exol’s new products, as and when they are made available.
MAM Software reports that its MAM Autopart Tyres has helped Darcy’s of Durham get its business up and running. With in-built point of sale functionality, Autopart Tyres gives Darcy’s access to extensive features such as labour allocation, parts look up, and technical data. Darcy’s can also keep in touch with its customers by SMS and email, which reduces the cost of postage and paper. The cloud-hosted Software as a Service (SaaS) approach allows the company to spread server license fees through monthly payments.
MAM Software has announced that it is has joined the National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA), cementing its strategic objective in developing innovative software solutions for the tyre industry. The company says that the new membership will demonstrate MAM’s commitment to operating at the highest professional standards that NTDA members expect.