Nexsyis Collision and PartsTrader Announce Launch of Joint Software Integration

Nexsyis Collision and PartsTrader Announce Launch of Joint Software Integration

PartsTrader status updates will be accessible within the Nexsyis application, and the integration will also include automated purchase order confirmation and support for cancellations and rejections.

Nexsyis Collision, a repair management and accounting platform, and PartsTrader announced the release of an application integration providing two-way, real-time communication between the two platforms.

PartsTrader status updates will be accessible within the Nexsyis application. The integration will also include automated purchase order confirmation and support for cancellations and rejections.

“We are always looking for ways to help our customers operate with the highest level of efficiency,” said Dave Braun, CEO of Nexsyis Collision. “Providing seamless integrations with other technology providers like PartsTrader represents our ongoing commitment to this.”

Rob Cooper, CEO of PartsTrader, added, “PartsTrader is committed to building the most comprehensive collision replacement parts sourcing and procurement platform for the industry. Integrating with a solution as robust as the Nexsyis Collision platform will allow users of both systems to drive additional efficiencies in the management and purchasing activities of their shops.”

The Nexsyis/PartsTrader integration is beginning pilot tests in repair shops this month. General release of the integration is expected in summer 2016.

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