Razoom brings business intelligence to the cloud

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homepage-screenshot-(1)Automotive software specialist Razoom has launched today its new cloud-based workshop management system available for the independent aftermarket.

CarVue has been designed to allow garage owners the opportunity to view their business at a glance, and offers a number of features, including reporting, invoicing, purchase

order creation and VRM lookup.

Being cloud-based software, it doesn’t need to be installed or regularly updated, and is accessible and optimised for any device that can connect to the internet.

Managing Director Carl Lightfoot, said that the software will be constantly evolving and for that reason has been built on a single online platform for all its markets.

Alex Knight, Marketing Director, adds: “The aftermarket is after a simple solution, as they didn’t want bloated product features that they would never use. They wanted one that could do the right things fast. That for us was key, as everybody said they wanted something simple and logical.

“We designed CarVue to be self evident and intuitive for the user and were delighted to see how rarely people called our helpdesk during our beta testing.”

Razoom has a number of different packages available for garages to choose from, starting with a basic set-up ideal for a small workshop, which comes with access for two users and 1GB of storage, up to the premium package, which comes with all of the features in the other two packs, and includes vehicle health check, online booking, technician clocking and unlimited storage.

There are also a number of media packs available for purchase giving garages the options of adding VRM and postcode checkers to the system, and a future update will allow for communication via text messaging, email and social media.

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