RNH Solutions rebrands to MAM Software

Following its acquisition last November by Kerridge Commercial Systems, RNH Solutions will rebrand under the MAM Software name.

Kerridge Commercial Systems has brought RNH under the MAM Software umbrella

The new brand identity, which will be rolled out over the coming weeks, brings RNH in line with the style of the wider KCS group. 

READ: Kerridge acquires Ireland-based software distributor


As part of the rebrand a new website will be launched, which will communicate the business benefits of MAM’s offering, including applications for parts, tyres, servicing and other vertical markets in Ireland. 

“This is an exciting time for our business in Ireland, and with continued investment in the company we aim to capitalise on our successes and build a platform for future growth. The new identity for RNH will act as a catalyst for further progress towards our strategic vision,” said James Mitchell, Managing Director UK & Ireland. “Unifying under a common brand reaffirms how integral the automotive team and product portfolio are to the future of a business we are proud to be part of. “

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