ASA Automotive to host software user conference
ST. LOUIS — ASA Automotive Systems Inc. will host its 20th Software User Conference and Info Expo from April 30th-May 2 in St. Louis.
Some of the topics to be discussed include ASA's investments into new features for commercial dealers; the release of mobile-ready solutions for TireMaster software; and a preview of the latest software coming from ASA.
According to ASA, commercial dealers will learn about new data and reporting tools for business intelligence, integrated with TireMaster Enterprise. With TireMaster software, retail sales reps will be able to assist customers throughout the shop or on the road, with the ability to look up inventory and prices, create work orders, do mobile vehicle inspections and access customer history, the company claimed.
The ASA User Group Conference also will include:
- TireMaster next-generation products and product roadmap presentations;
- interactive product sessions about capabilities and modules of TireMaster software;
- knowledge sharing and hands-on training sessions; and
- networking with other TireMaster users, ASA leaders and partners to discuss opportunities and collaborate on best practices, strategies to overcome challenges in today's competitive tire and auto service business.
"ASA's User Group Conference is an ideal opportunity to bring together North America's leading tire and auto service dealers (our customers) to share best practices on shop management software; as well as address their emerging needs," Marc Belanski, president of ASA Automotive Systems, said.
"We are very proud of our invaluable partnership with customers. Their feedback and suggestions for new features has enabled us to continuously extend the power of TireMaster family of products and our support services."
ASA, based in Merrimack, N.H., and Meridian, Idaho, provides software to independent tire dealers and automotive service providers, serving retail, wholesale, commercial and retreading enterprises.
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