All Vehicle Parts (AVP) is the latest parts distributor to choose MAM Software Group’s cloud-hosted business management software.
The company's move to MAM's Autopart Online has increased the total number of users on the Software as a Service (SaaS) platform to more than 1300, indicating growth of more than 30% in the past five months.
Established in 1980 and a long-standing member of Group Auto, All Vehicle Parts is a vehicle parts distributor and engineering services provider. With branches in Market Harborough, Leicester, Corby and a fleet of 15 delivery vans, the company serves garages and repair shops across the region. The company recently converted from an on-premise MAM installation to Autopart Online to simplify the administration of its 18-user IT infrastructure.
Autopart Online is one of a range of cloud-hosted business management solutions available from MAM Software. They include all the functionality of its on-premise services, but are accessed from servers that are located off-site. The service is hosted on scalable, fully managed infrastructure, and accessed on a monthly subscription basis. MAM cloud-hosted solutions are available for a range of businesses including; auto parts distributors and retailers, building material suppliers and the tire industry.
"One of the key reasons why we chose to move to the cloud was because of its flexibility, and we were delighted with the seamless transition from Autopart to Autopart Online," said Craig Wilson, Managing Director at All Vehicle Parts. "Moving to the cloud provides us with a future proof platform that improves the security of our data and ensures the long term stability of our internal systems."
"All Vehicle Parts are representative of our customers who are seeking a move to the cloud, and our cloud-hosted software continues to prove a popular choice for companies who wish to advance into the next generation of business management solutions," said Mike Jamieson, CEO at MAM Software. "We're empowering an increasing number of our customers with a powerful platform that enables them to harness the benefits of a fully managed service while retaining essential business functionality. Customers are citing a number of reasons for choosing the cloud option, including its lower capital investment, simplified IT maintenance, security and scalability.
"The continued adoption of our SaaS solutions is very pleasing and reinforces our position as a driver of advancing technology," continued Jamieson. "With increasing momentum and a solid pipeline of orders, it's a trend that we expect to continue."
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