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MaddenCo Enhances Tire Dealer System

At the 2011 MaddenCo Users’ Conference held last week in Evansville, Ind., CEO Kim Angermeier unveiled four new Tire Dealer System enhancements: an interface to the Activant Integrated Service Estimator, which is an auto parts catalog and labor guide widely used in the repair industry; an interface to Continental/General Tire for national account delivery receipt processing; graphical print for work orders, invoices and accounts payable checks; and signature capture on point-of-sale documents.

Attendees were informed that the Activant interface has been successfully deployed in a live environment, and is producing faster and more accurate service estimates for dealers.

“The nice thing about these enhancements is that there is something for everybody, whether that somebody is a retail, commercial or wholesale dealer,” said Jay Adams, MaddenCo president. “However, our retail customers are the big winners with the new Activant interface, as it really adds to the functionality we provide for retail in that it brings repair estimate information directly into the point of sale ticket.”

For more information on MaddenCo and its Tire Dealer System, visit or call 812-474-6245.

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