OEConnection LLC, the company that’s partnering with State Farm on its electronic parts ordering pilot program, today announced its expansion into dealership service lanes with the introduction of ServiceAdvantage to General Motors dealerships.
The company, which specializes in the online buying, selling and analysis of original equipment parts, claims that this customizable Web-based tool designed collaboratively with General Motors dealerships will help dealership service consultants quickly and professionally communicate an automaker’s recommended routine maintenance based on a vehicle’s make, model, year and mileage. ServiceAdvantage supports GM’s Simplified Maintenance Schedules by consolidating and synchronizing the hundreds of owner’s manual service recommendations for on-demand Internet access by any General Motors dealership in the United States.
“OEConnection has become a trusted name in more than 90 percent of GM parts departments by standardizing and delivering dependable parts order fulfillment and productivity tools in a timely, simplified, accurate fashion," said Chuck Rotuno, OEConnection president and CEO. “This substantial dealership footprint combined with our proven expertise in developing Web-based software solutions makes us the logical choice to deliver a comprehensive recommended maintenance solution.”
For more information, visit http://www.OEConnection.com or call (888) 776-5792, x1891.