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MAM Software Releasing New Version of Vast Enterprise

MAM Software will release the new version of its Vast Enterprise tire business management and retail POS system on Feb. 1, 2014. 

According to the company, the release provides a host of features to further streamline manual processes, improve the customer experience and better maintain accurate data in one system. The features include:

• Goodyear price checking during purchase order creation. Dealers can quickly see quantity available and cost for each tire on the purchase order.

• CIMS integration (Tire DOT number registration).

• Integration with the new GTRACS Retreading to support the latest GTRACS release.

• CARFAX Integration.

• American Tire Distributors (ATD) Integration.

• Full Slate Integration – the integration with Full Slate will enable Vast users to accept customer appointments online.

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