LAS VEGAS MAM Software will exhibit at this year’s AAPEX show, at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, from Nov. 1-3. The event is seen as an ideal opportunity for MAM to showcase its Autopart business management software to a dedicated audience of jobbers and warehouse distributors, according to the company.
Situated at booth #2067, MAM Software will demonstrate why forward-thinking companies are discarding outdated computer systems and upgrading to its advanced Autopart solution.
Autopart is the latest generation point of sale, inventory and e-commerce application for jobbers and warehouse distributors. Functionally rich and intuitive, it provides businesses with the ability to maintain control and allows employees to work more effectively.
With a focus firmly on improving profitability and delivering a return on investment, Autopart gives companies the tools to become more productive, enabling them to manage inventory economically and serve customers with greater efficiency.
"With Autopart, MAM continues to deliver smart management solutions which address the needs of modern parts wholesalers and retailers" said Brian Allibon, President of MAM Software Inc. "The latest release includes a wide range of new customer-driven functionality including enhanced warehousing capabilities with PDA data capture, an improved EMI+ business intelligence tool for reporting and analysis, a new DriversBoard module to manage logistics, and innovative connectivity solutions for B2B and B2C e-commerce."
"AAPEX delivers an excellent opportunity to meet potential and existing clients face-to-face. It is the perfect environment in which to communicate with existing customers, continue to expand our market and establish new relationships."
MAM Software representatives will be available throughout AAPEX 2011 to offer practical help and advice. Attendees are invited to drop by MAM’s booth (#2067) located in the Upper Level 3 of Sands Expo & Convention Center. Visitors unable to attend or requiring a personal appointment are invited to call (303) 638-4737 or e-mail [email protected].