Standard Auto Parts Streamlines Processes With MAM Software's Autopart System

Standard Auto Parts Streamlines Processes With MAM Software’s Autopart System

Standard Auto Parts chose MAM Software to replace an outdated system that was cumbersome and hindering company growth potential.

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — MAM Software Inc. has announced Standard Auto Parts implemented MAM Software’s Autopart business management solution to increase efficiency and accuracy. Since going live with Autopart, Standard Auto Parts has increased its profit margin through automating and streamlining processes and improving overall efficiency, the companies say.

Standard Auto Parts chose MAM Software to replace an outdated system that was cumbersome and hindering company growth potential. MAM’s Autopart is designed specifically for the automotive aftermarket and seamlessly integrates all sales, stock management, accounting and reporting processes. Autopart automates these business processes for Standard Auto Parts, improving pricing accuracy, creating electronic vendor invoicing, eliminating system downtime and dispatching deliveries faster and more efficiently.

“Autopart has enabled us to automate and streamline so many processes, increasing our efficiency and accuracy across the board,” said Ron Sutton, CEO of Standard Auto Parts. “Data Management is now more intuitive and the system as a whole is much easier to use. We’re no longer looking for piecemeal, manual solutions to resolve system shortcomings. With Autopart, we’ve found a holistic solution that’s tailored to our needs and within our budget.”

About Standard Auto Parts
Standard Auto Parts is a family-owned auto parts supplier serving the Baltimore metropolitan area. With 150 employees and five warehouses (including their 55,000-square-foot headquarters), the company is recognized as the leading supplier in the area. Standard Auto Parts was founded by Jack Sutton in 1945 and originally sold auto parts, hardware supplies and Gleem house paint. In 1962, the company decided to shift its focus primarily to auto parts. Today, the company is a member of The Network and specializes in hot­-shot delivery to local independent repair and tire shops, dealers and fleets. Customers rely on Standard Auto Parts to have the parts they need and to deliver them quickly.

About MAM Software
MAM Software is a leading global provider of on-premise and in-cloud business management solutions for the auto parts, tire and vertical distribution industries. The company provides a portfolio of innovative software (SaaS) and data (DaaS) services that enable businesses to intelligently manage core business processes, control costs and generate new profit opportunities. MAM’s integrated platforms provide a wealth of rich functionality including: point-of-sale, inventory, purchasing, reporting, data and e-commerce. Wholesale, retail and installer business across North America, the UK and Ireland rely on MAM solutions, backed by dedicated teams of experienced service and support professionals. For more information, visit

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