ALLDATA Manage Allows Users to Save Time, Money, Company Says - BodyShop Business

ALLDATA Manage Allows Users to Save Time, Money, Company Says

ALLDATA LLC says it has increased customer satisfaction through recently launched updates to their shop management system, ALLDATA Manage.

"ALLDATA Manage’s expanded features and parts catalog integration was in direct response to customer feedback," said Mark Gunnerson, ALLDATA director of sales and operations. "With ALLDATA Manage, our customers are able to make faster, more educated decisions about the way they run their business and they continue to tell us how they have saved time and money using our Manage product."

ALLDATA Manage provides repair shops with tools to help efficiently manage their businesses, the company says. Key features, according to ALLDATA, include:

• Integration with major parts catalogs: AutoZone, Internet AutoParts, WHI Solutions/Nexpart, Autoi, Activant and WorldPac
• Expanded online ordering provides single click stock checks, pricing and parts order processing
• Easy to use catalog setup and viewing
• AutoZone parts images, specifications and availability
• Improved product speed and performance

"Integration with leading parts catalogs has significantly lifted sales for both ALLDATA and our affiliated parts suppliers," said ALLDATA President Jeff Lagges. "Ordering parts online is such a huge timesaver for shops. In today’s competitive business environment, it is critical for shops of all sizes to lower expenses through efficiencies. Our system is designed to do just that."

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