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Tire Guru Software Adds Epicor's Integrated Service Estimator

Posted on February 13, 2018

Epicor Software Corp.'s Integrated Service Estimator (ISE) tool has been merged into the Business Center point-of-sale program offered by Tire Guru Software.

ISE provides highly automated, mechanical repair estimating and parts sourcing capabilities—enabling users to create accurate, comprehensive service estimates and order parts without picking up the telephone. By integrating the Epicor ISE application into their Tire Guru software, users will gain instant access to vehicle-specific labor rates, parts availability and pricing information from local suppliers, and detailed specifications that can automatically be imported into estimates, work orders and invoices.

Tire Guru develops products and solutions for every segment of the automotive aftermarket, including retail tire dealers, automotive repair shops, and wholesale tire distributors.

“Tire Guru is always looking for new ways to add value for our customers, and the integration of the Epicor ISE application with Business Center helps ensure that they always have local access to the parts they need at the best available price and without the hassle of calling multiple vendors or browsing website after website,” says Clint Nicholls, president of Tire Guru. “This powerful solution will allow our customers to create job estimates faster and generate more high-margin automotive service sales.”

Scott Thompson, vice president of automotive, analytics and content for Epicor, says, “Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance for tire dealers and other service businesses. It’s imperative to deliver fast, complete and accurate estimates that help increase customer confidence while ensuring strong profitability on each repair. ISE software is an excellent tool for maximizing return on investment among the growing number of businesses that rely on Tire Guru’s POS technology.”

For more information, visit www.epicor.com or www.tireguru.net.

Related Topics: Clint Nicholls, Epicor, Integrated Service Estimator, Point-of-sale, POS, Scott Thompson, Tire Guru Software

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