MAM Software reports 138 additional automotive parts stores went live on its Autopart software over the last 12 months.
The company says many new features have been added to Autopart as well as existing functionality being upgraded and improved. Some new key developments include:
Autocat Integration- Autocat electronic catalog can be accessed from Point-of-Sale or from your eCommerce site. It is a comprehensive auto parts catalog providing access to the latest updates from industry suppliers. It provides fast, accurate catalog look-ups for a competitive monthly price. Includes Interchange and VIN Decoder. The integration allows it to be used alongside other industry catalogs or as the primary eCatalog.
Inventory Management- Increased flexibility and capability to managing the inventory processes. Increase or decrease a suggested purchase order amount by simply changing the number of days supply and Autopart will quickly recalculate your order. Bump orders up or down quickly and easily.
Warehouse Management- Additional picking options and process improvements have been added to assist the warehouse staff. Combined with performance enhancements, it is designed to maximize warehouse efficiency and control.
Business-to-Consumer eCommerce- Update your B2C website or on-line marketplace more frequently with changes in quantity-on-hand. Allows you to do automatic incremental updates all day in addition to the full file updates each night.
“Autopart has been exceptionally well received by the automotive aftermarket since its availability in North America,” says Al Neal, vice president of sales for MAM Software. “It is the right technology for this industry for both large and small distributors and has functionality designed around strong business practices. Our commitment and investment in this industry sets us apart as a leading technology provider for automotive parts companies.”