Brakes Plus Completes Its 70-Store Rollout Of The Fuse5 Shop Management System

Brakes Plus Completes Its 70-Store Rollout Of The Fuse5 Shop Management System

Fuse5 Automotive Software [FAS] is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company offering a robust, highly customized cloud-based business software suite for businesses in the automotive aftermarket, regardless of their size, complexity or position within the supply chain, the company says. The Fuse5 product was conceived and engineered to be a true cloud solution from its conception seven years ago and is designed specifically for the automotive aftermarket.

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Brakes Plus, the fast-growing auto service company with stores across Colorado, Wyoming, Arizona, Texas, Nebraska and Iowa has completed the successful rollout of the Fuse5 Shop Management System throughout its entire operation.

Founded in 1990 by Larry Pisciotta, Brakes Plus delivers high-quality technology and unparalleled customer service to every person that walks in the door. It starts with the cleanest modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment at the hands of highly skilled people, the company says. The company specializes in brakes along with several maintenance and repair services such as alignments, oil changes, diagnostics, tune-ups and much more. The company continues to grow and open new stores and is a family owned and operated business.

Pisciotta is currently the company’s chairman, with his three sons now overseeing the majority of business operations. Dean serves as president, Mark the vice president of marketing and RJ is the vice president of sales and operations.

“When we realized that our system was not going to support our future growth we researched every option we could find. Most of the presentations we received from other software providers looked a lot like a polished version of the outdated version we were moving away from,” says Dean Pisciotta. “Since going live with Fuse5, we have continued to be amazed at their ability to not only keep up with our growth, but to also adapt to our needs. Fuse5 feels more like a partner than a system provider and we believe they are going to be a major part of our business for years to come”

Fuse5 Automotive Software [FAS] is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company offering a robust, highly customized cloud-based business software suite for businesses in the automotive aftermarket, regardless of their size, complexity or position within the supply chain, the company says. The Fuse5 product was conceived and engineered to be a true cloud solution from its conception seven years ago and is designed specifically for the automotive aftermarket.

“As you can imagine, we are extremely proud to be partners with a company such as Brake Plus and working with them on this project has been both enjoyable and innovative. They are a company who clearly hold good old-fashioned family values and first-class customer service as their highest priority yet grow their company with the modern vision, skill and expertise that makes them the flagship company that they are. It is always rewarding to work with such a professional, progressive company who shares the same ideals in terms of partnership and customer service that we do’, said Brian Allibon, president and CEO of Fuse5 Automotive Software.

To learn more about how Fuse5 can help you transition out of the legacy green, blue and grey-screened windows-based systems, please visit our new website, www.fuse5.com and see why leading companies are choosing us as their IT partner for the future.

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