ECP LAUNCH CLOUD-BASED GARAGE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

Euro Car Parts has introduced a new, cloud-based version of its garage management software, CarSys.

The system houses customer and vehicle databases, meaning technicians can easily look up MOT and service histories, as well as all the data needed for accurate quoting and invoicing.

Haynes Pro data is used to calculate prices and schedule jobs in the workshop. The system also comes with a direct link to the full ECP catalogue.

CarSys now cloud-based

Other features include stock management, a help centre, and the ability to sync with leading accounting solutions, Sage and QuickBooks.

Anthony McAteer, a Director at the factor chain said: “Everything we do is designed to help independent garages run as profitable businesses, that have happy, loyal customers. Software like CarSys is key to the future of the aftermarket and will help independents compete with the dealerships, by ensuring they operate as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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