By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Computer Weekly News -- MAM Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAMS), a leading provider of business management solutions, announced Wilcox Bros. Co., a Pennsylvania-based automotive aftermarket parts provider, has chosen Autopart business management software. Dedicated to providing top-quality parts at competitive prices, Wilcox will use the automotive aftermarket software at its Pittsburgh facility to automate time-consuming procedures and integrate sales and inventory to quicken customer delivery.
Autopart will also help Wilcox streamline day-to-day business operations, including estimating, sales, order processing and accounting. Its reporting features will allow Wilcox to identify business trends and quickly make decisions that affect customer service and sales.
"Due to the ever-evolving aftermarket, the Wilcox management team knew it was time to invest in technology that will help us deliver on our promises: the largest parts selection you can find and the best customer service around - at the lowest prices," said John Fitchwell, President of Wilcox Bros. Co.
"After a year-long search, Autopart from MAM software rose to the top as the clear choice. The flexibility and ease of use impressed us most," continued Fitchwell. "Although our current system has served us well over the years, it became clear that we needed a system as agile as we are if we wanted to retain our competitive advantage."
"We're thrilled to hear the team at Wilcox Bros. Co. echoing what a lot of our customers have been saying," stated Brian Allibon, President of MAM Software's Autopart Division. "Companies like Bond Auto Parts, Weaver Auto Parts, and now Wilcox Bros. Co. are not only in good company, but they're also in good hands. We're delighted to have them on board and look forward to helping them achieve their goals."
Autopart is a versatile business-management solution that coordinates, organizes and integrates everything from quote preparation and stock management to accounting and database management.
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