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Andreoli enhances HITS BPOS software

Posted on February 6, 2014

Andreoli & Associates (A&A) announced a new functionality to its cloud-based HITS BPOS software at the 2014 Tire Pros Dealer Meeting in Las Vegas Feb. 4-5.

Enhancements include:

  • ATD Importer: a new module that builds a dealer’s new point-of-sale inventory master file in seconds using a spreadsheet of ATD SKUs, such as past sales;
  • MPI Extract Enhanced: the MPI extract routine has been enhanced to pull data nightly and is hands-free.

In addition, A&A says it conducted live demonstrations of its leading-edge capabilities including:

  • Voice Recognition for Customer Repair Orders: dictate important service instructions during customer interactions and have them saved right to the repair order as comments; enhances customer confidence;
  • CarSide: a sunlight-readable, handwriting-recognizable rugged tablet that displays service history and prior service recommendations; dealers can perform repair order write-ups while greeting the customer.

Mike Andreoli, president of A&A, stated, “We are very pleased to be a Tire Pros approved software vendor, since 2011, and continue to offer our 28-plus years of expertise to help Tire Pros dealers across the country capitalize on the benefits of the Tire Pros marketing program.”

To learn more about HITS BPOS email sales@aasys.com for more information.

For more news on ATD see:

TDW wasn't the main reason ATD bought Hercules

ATD triples Tire Pros locations in 5 years

Related Topics: Andreoli & Associates, Cloud-Based Software, HITS BPOS, Tire Pros dealer meeting

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