MAM Software to Exhibit at APA Shareholder and Supplier Conference

MAM Software to Exhibit at APA Shareholder and Supplier Conference

The company will be spotlighting Autopart, its business-management software for warehouse distributors, parts retailers and jobbers, and Autocat, its fully integrated parts catalog.

MAM Software will be exhibiting at the 2019 Automotive Parts Associates (APA) Shareholder and Supplier Conference in Dallas, the company said.

The company will be spotlighting Autopart, its business-management software for warehouse distributors, parts retailers and jobbers, and Autocat, its fully integrated parts catalog.

“We are looking forward to showing the APA members how powerful Autopart and Autocat are together, in addition to the other integrated solutions MAM Software offers, like Warehouse Management Software and SalesRep,” said Al Neal, VP of sales for MAM Software.

Autopart is available as a hosted cloud or as an on-premise solution that combines modern .NET technology with an SQL database, according to the company. The system includes point-of-sale, inventory management, forecasting, purchasing, reporting and accounting.

Autocat is an electronic parts catalog that enables manufacturers to effectively present their products to all levels of aftermarket distribution, according to the company. A new addition to MAM Software’s suite of catalog solutions, Autocat utilizes cloud technology to help manufacturers publish their data on a frequent basis, meaning warehouse distributors, retailers, jobbers and service dealers have access to up-to-date product information.

Manufacturers and suppliers can submit data using both ACES and PIES delivery specifications, which then is verified and standardized before being published to the cloud.

The 38th Annual APA Shareholder and Supplier Conference is scheduled for March 20-22 at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel.

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