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Michael Quinn Named President of uParts

Collision industry veteran will lead independent provider of cloud-based parts procurement solutions.

Michael QuinnuParts, Inc., an independent provider of cloud-based parts procurement solutions to the collision repair industry, announced that Michael Quinn has been named president of the company.

“We’re proud to name Michael the president of uParts," said Alex Adegan, founder and CEO of uParts. "He is a tremendous asset and has been working tirelessly since the day he joined our team to demonstrate our platform’s value to collision repairers as well as their trading partners. As a former repairer and one of the most respected industry leaders, Michael has a unique perspective that has helped shape our vision to provide an unbiased procurement platform to serve the entire industry."

Added Quinn, “I am excited to lead the uParts team. We provide a powerful solution that allows repairers to manage all of their part orders, regardless of part types, from a single portal. We know the challenges repairers have when utilizing multiple platforms. uParts is the only procurement platform in the marketplace where repairers are given the freedom of choice to order from any supplier of their choosing without any restrictions, while giving them full visibility into procurement performance of their suppliers. We have no business in margins or discounts offered to shops either. As we say to our customers, it’s your parts, your suppliers, your business."


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