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POS vendor supports Yokohama program

Posted on March 4, 2014

Andreoli & Associates (A&A) has released a software module that supports the sellout reporting requirements of Yokohama Tire Corp.’s Advantage associate dealer program.

Yokohama recently launched a new Advantage online website to keep its associate dealers informed of their program standings on a daily basis. To support this site, Yokohama instituted new reporting requirements for its distributors.

A&A says that while existing reports in their HITS BPOS software provides the raw data, the new module formats the data to the exact electronic reporting requirements of Yokohama. 

“By formatting the extraction to Yokohama’s specifications, the distributor simply runs the routine and uploads the spreadsheet results directly to Yokohama.  No further editing or collating of data is necessary,” says Mike Andreoli, president of A&A.

“Distributor sellout reporting is becoming the norm and we are pleased to provide this capability to our clients that participate in the Yokohama Advantage program.”

To learn more about A&A’s software, visit www.aasys.com.

 

Related Topics: Andreoli & Associates, HITS BPOS, Mike Andreoli, Yokohama Advantage program

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