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Weaver Auto Parts selects MAM Software's Autopart Management System

Friday, September 13, 2013 - 15:04
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Weaver Auto Parts has selected MAM Software's Autopart management software to replace their legacy system.

A Wisconsin-based warehouse distributor and member of the Pronto Buying Group, Weaver Auto Parts opened their first store in 1972 in Portage, Wis. They have expanded to 17 outlets and an 84,000 square foot warehouse in Sauk City, Wis. 

They have upgraded their business software multiple times during those years and recently realized that it was time for another upgrade.

"Our current system has served us well over the years; we have simply outgrown it and needed to move to a modern system," said Mark Weaver, President of Weaver Sales.  "We looked at our options and decided that MAM Software had the most to offer."

Designed for parts distributors, jobbers and retailers, Autopart is a versatile business-management software designed to seamlessly integrate sales, inventory management, accounting and reporting processes in one easy-to-use package.

The system impressed Weaver with the way it handled both store and warehouse requirements. "It will deliver functionality that we have been unable to get from our current system, and the people at MAM Software have been willing to work with us to make sure we will get what we need to be successful."

MAM Software President Brian Allibon looks forward to the new business relationship.  "We welcome Weaver Auto Parts as the first Pronto member to join the ranks of our other successful warehouse distributor customers.  We are excited about partnering with them and we look forward to becoming a better company as we strive to help them become a better company."

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