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ASA Launches ASA OnDemand Software

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has launched a new electronic endeavor, ASA OnDemand. The new software program was developed to deliver association and industry information electronically to members' and prospective members' computer desktops.

BEDFORD, TEXAS — The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has launched a new electronic endeavor, ASA OnDemand. The new software program was developed to deliver association and industry information electronically to members’ and prospective members’ computer desktops.

Using Web synchronization technology, information is accessed from the user’s computer in an offline setting, and updated information is continually added when connected to the Internet, to ensure the most up-to-date information is available.

“Association and industry information is dynamic and ever changing,” said Ron Pyle, ASA’s president and chief staff executive. “ASA understands that to better communicate with our members and the industry, the information we provide must be current and always available. No other automotive association has implemented such a robust product that can be accessed anywhere at any time, without the need for an Internet connection. ASA OnDemand emphasizes our continuing commitment to deliver the most up-to-date information to our members in a convenient format.”

The ASA OnDemand software has been in development for more than a year and offers the latest in content delivery technology, according to ASA. Information is accessed by clicking on an ASA icon installed on the user’s desktop. Once installed, the software features a searchable, interactive membership directory, comprehensive benefits portfolio, general ASA information and an expanding resource library. For those connected to the Internet, the software also includes the ability to join the association or renew membership online, the capability to contact elected representatives on important issues and links to ASA Web sites. Future versions will be released that may include enhancements such as buyer’s guides, vendor catalogs and industry event brochures.

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