MAM Software has transitioned 27 Autopart customers to live status within the past 12 months. A live status means that those customers, comprising of 120 locations, have successfully installed and launched Autopart for managing their businesses after completing individual implementation and training processes.
The implementation period is often dependent on the customer’s previous system, specific needs and business complexities. The process includes consultative planning, on-site training, customized software configuration to meet each business’ requirements, and any further modifications uncovered during the consulting process.
“Changing business software is probably the largest project any business will undertake” said Craig Bond of Bond Auto Parts, the 17th largest auto parts chain in America. “MAM Software worked closely with our team and helped us make the transition to the new technology."
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“Our capacity to implement systems has significantly increased this past year” said Patrick Maley, President of MAM Software. “We jumped from 14 customer “Go-Lives” the previous year to 27 this year. This is a direct result of our increased investment and improved processes. We have been growing our Professional Services, Customer Support, and Product Development teams and we are pleased with the results of that effort."
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