ALLDATA Manage Adds Expanded Parts Ordering, Other New Features - BodyShop Business

ALLDATA Manage Adds Expanded Parts Ordering, Other New Features

ALLDATA LLC says it has released a significant update of its ALLDATA Manage shop management system.

ALLDATA LLC says it has released a significant update of its ALLDATA Manage shop management system.

"We are continually analyzing the needs of shops and developing creative solutions to help them become more profitable," said Kevin Culmo, ALLDATA’s Group Vice President of Sales, Operations and Strategic Planning. "Our latest update to ALLDATA Manage offers a reliable, efficient tool for enhancing revenue in today’s tight economy."

Stephanie Buyagawan, Service Manager at Brown’s Automotive, Inc. in Black Diamond, Wash., has evaluated ALLDATA Manage 4.9.3. She says, "We’ve been using ALLDATA Manage since we opened in 2008. The new version of Manage is faster, more responsive, more stable and easier to use. I like the spell check feature. It makes my documentation look more professional. What I like best about ALLDATA and their products is the fact that they have the best product support. Their customer support is absolutely priceless."

The updated ALLDATA Manage system provides repair shop owners and managers with tools to help efficiently operate their businesses, according to ALLDATA. Key features include a more intuitive user interface, electronic parts ordering with multiple credential support, spell check, average car count reporting and improved performance.

"This update to ALLDATA Manage will successfully compete with any shop management system on the market," says David Butler, ALLDATA Technical Product Owner. "It is a very stable, feature-rich product."


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