MAM Software to exhibit at AutoCare Trade Show
Latest software solutions can help garages and workshops generate additional revenue
MAM Software will be demonstrating its latest products and developments at the forthcoming GROUPAUTO AutoCare trade show at the Telford International Centre. MAM will be exhibiting Autowork Online, its browser-based management solution for garages and workshops. The company will also be showcasing its increasingly popular tablet app, MAM CarSide, which adds vehicle damage inspection and electronic health check (eVHC) functionality to Autowork Online.
AutoCare is an internationally recognised programme providing support to 600 independent garages throughout the UK. Part of GROUPAUTO, the programme offers a vast range of business services that allow independent businesses to benefit from being part of a trusted and professional brand.
"We’re delighted to be exhibiting again at the forthcoming AutoCare trade show," said Gavin Sparks, Senior Sales Manager at MAM Software. "We look forward to building on our existing relationships with AutoCare members and demonstrating the benefits that our products have to offer."
Accessed via a web browser, Autowork Online provides garages with a platform to manage their business efficiently. It automates and organises essential every-day tasks, from generating quotes and invoices to maintaining service records and managing the diary. It offers a range of time- and money-saving features, including online ordering, repair times, technical data and SMS text messaging. It also includes functions to increase operational efficiency such as VRM lookup, postcode lookup and automatically updated ledgers.
CarSide is a tablet app that helps garages simplify and modernise vehicle health checks and generate revenue. The app’s damage inspection function helps workshops protect their profits with its ability to record and photograph pre-existing damage, which can be pinpointed on an interactive exploded vehicle diagram. Its eVHC function allows users to conduct a range of customisable vehicle checks, and provides revenue generating opportunities by identifying damages and repairs.
Gavin Sparks continued: "Our products are constantly developed to keep up with the latest technological advancements. We're always looking for new and innovative ways to help garages improve productivity and cut costs - it’s one of the reasons why we’re an approved Group Auto supplier. We look forward to demonstrating our latest developments at the show."
The AutoCare trade show takes place on April 4 at the Telford International Centre