Under the new redesign the Tire Display is now responsive.
“Businesses need to function on-the-go, which means you can’t always work at stationary computers,” said John Fischer, vice president of sales and marketing for MAM Software. “We see more and more companies incorporating mobile strategies into their business, so we’re making that transition easier by enhancing our software with mobile-friendly features.”
The new OpenWebs release also features an update to the Tire Fitment Guide: Tire lookups will display whether TPMS and/or run-flat tires were OE on the vehicle.
OpenWebs connects tire and auto service stations with their customers, providing online ordering for lower costs and increased productivity. Customers access the system using standard web browser software (e.g. Firefox, Chrome, Safari) that displays options like order history look-up, customer messaging, inquiry and ordering, accounts receivable and statement access.
OpenWebs’ Tire Display will be MAM’s first catalog to feature responsive design. The company said all OpenWebs catalogs and screens will be incorporating responsive design in the near future.
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