AllData LLC has signed an agreement with AAMCO to deliver a customized shop management system with point-of-sale capabilities.
The AAMCO Management System will be rolled out to all of AAMCO’s nearly 700 franchise locations starting in 2016.
The AAMCO Management System will upgrade AAMCO’s existing POS system to a cloud-based platform. It will include POS capabilities as well as shop management tools, including advanced scheduling, parts ordering from multiple vendors and access from anywhere there is an Internet connection. AAMCO franchisees will also benefit from AllData Repair, AllData Mobile and the experienced-based repair solutions, AllData Community and AllData Tech-Assist.
“AllData’s agreement with AAMCO shows our dedication to delivering innovative, customized solutions to meet any vehicle repair or shop management need,” said Mitch Major, President of AllData LLC. ” AllData ‘s product suite is ideal for any shop, large or small, to improve efficiency and streamline operations. We look forward to continuing to work with our partner, MAM Software, to develop and deliver made-to-order solutions for our customers.”
AAMCO was founded in Philadelphia in 1957 and became a franchise in 1962. The first franchise locations opened in 1963 and has expanded to nearly 700 shops nationwide. AAMCO’s service centers rely on the latest technology and expert technicians to diagnose needed repairs, fix it right the first time and back it with a nationwide warranty. They call it Total Car Care.
“We are delighted to partner with AllData on the AAMCO Management System,” said Jim Gregory, CFO of AAMCO. “We have worked with AllData for years and that background will help drive the success of this project. Our goal is to drive long term profitable growth to our franchisees by providing an improved consumer experience and increased efficiency in AAMCO stores.”
Chad Graham, AAMCO’s CIO said, “We are looking forward to rolling this out to all of our franchisees to streamline their workload and improve the customer experience at every shop.”
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