WHITE PLAINS, NY — E-business solutions provider Wrenchead, Inc., announced that leading program distribution group Independent Auto Parts of America (IAPA), has selected Wrenchead to provide its members with Wrenchead’s next generation point of sale solution.
The new point of sale solution builds on IAPA’s current success with Wrenchead’s E-Commerce solution, NexPart, said Mike Kamal, executive director of IAPA.
“Central to making the decision to use the Wrenchead point of sale solution has been the group’s success with Wrenchead Central and NexPart”, said Kamal. “Over 8000 of our customers are registered and active users of the product and revenue is growing at over 80 percent per quarter. Wrenchead has shown us that not only do they provide us with superior products; they also continue to be a good business partner. The deployment of NexPart has been a critical component of the strategy to improve member’s profitability. NexPart increases sales, reduces returns and improves customer service.”
Wrenchead’s point of sale solution will be marketed as IAPA Connect and will serve as part of IAPA’s strategy to build competitive advantage for its members. Standard features of IAPA Connect include invoicing, purchasing, inventory control, pricing controls, accounts receivable, Wrenchead’s award winning electronic catalog and NexPart. IAPA Connect also offers options such as RF bar code scanning, integrated MAS 200 Accounting Programs, cashier stations and credit card authorization.
“As a Web-Based, hosted solution, IAPA Connect reduces the total cost of ownership.” said Stan Gowisnock, executive vice president of Wrenchead. “There is no software to install, no hardware to purchase and maintain and no complex upgrades over time. Wrenchead’s team of IT professionals manages your maintenance, support and upgrades at our world-class data center. IAPA Connect is engineered to give its users the same types of tools that the big boys use, at a fraction of the cost.”
For more information about Wrenchead, go to: www.wrenchead.com.
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