Goodyear selects MAM Software as POS system

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ALLENTOWN, Pa. (July 24, 2014) — MAM Software Group, Inc. revealed it is providing Goodyear its next-generation point-of-sale (POS) system to replace its existing Goodyear Business Management System (GBMS) software.

MAM Software has been chosen to supply a POS and management solution for Goodyear’s company-owned retail store locations, MAM said, and is making it available to Goodyear’s independent tire and automotive service dealers.

The solution will leverage MAM's VAST POS application and deliver a solution that can be delivered on premise or via the cloud. The advanced management tool will provide all the latest features needed in the rapidly advancing tire and auto service business, MAM said, while remaining intuitive and easy to use.

“At our company-owned Goodyear Auto Service Centers and Just Tires stores, we are committed to delivering an exceptional customer experience for every customer, every day,” said John Peer, vice president, Goodyear Retail.

“We are confident this new point-of-sale system will better enable us to deliver fast and easy service to our customers while making work more enjoyable for our associates.”  

Mike Jamieson, chief executive officer, MAM, said being selected by Goodyear for this project “further demonstrates our growing momentum with some of the industry's largest and best-known brands.”

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