MAM SOFTWARE ADOPTS NEW BRANDING

New branding on MAM Head Office

Commercial systems firm MAM Software has unveiled its new branding, as the company marks one year since being acquired by Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS).

The rebrand is the first for the automotive software provider since April 2013 and sees the launch of an updated logo, as well as a new website. The branding brings it in line with the distinctive style of the wider KCS group.

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The new logo includes KCS’ magenta diamond design. According to the company the four lines at the centre represent the cornerstones of the brand – sourcing, stocking, selling and servicing – as well as the key target audiences.

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James Mitchell, KCS Managing Director in the UK and Ireland, said: “This rebrand marks a really exciting time in the evolution of MAM Software, as we gear up for the next generation of our growth of provision of IT solutions to the automotive distributive sector as a core part of the KCS group.”

KCS acquired MAM Software in October 2019 and continues to market its garage and business management products to the automotive industry.

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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