Comline partners with MAM and EMI+

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Comline will be using MAM software
Comline will be using MAM software

Comline has partnered with MAM to integrate its EMI+ software into the business.

The Luton based distributor will be making full use of the EMI+ business intelligence suite as it continues to grow and diversify. MAM says that EMI+ has been built from the ground up to incorporate Autopart, and analyse the data it produces. EMI+ delivers information that companies can use to respond to changes in the market.

UK Sales and Marketing Manager at Comline Nick Weir said: “EMI+ has rapidly become one of the most valuable reporting tools for our business.

“By using the drill-down facilities and targeting specific situations, EMI+ has helped us to eliminate a significant amount of unnecessary product analysis and see only the information we require.

“Implementing EMI+ has undoubtedly been one of the finest business decisions we have ever made at Comline.”

MAM Director of Sales Nigel Clemett added: “”We are pleased that Comline have chosen EMI+ to deliver their business-critical reports.

“More and more companies are identifying the importance of integrated Business Intelligence. By offering valuable insight into a business’s performance, EMI+ allows users to understand their customers’ buying habits and tailor their offering accordingly.”

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