ARI Network Services Inc. announced a reseller agreement with Workshop Software, an Australian-based software company specializing in cutting-edge software specially designed for automotive repair shops.
The software is fit for automotive repair shops of all sizes, even those that may not have had the resources to purchase business management software in the past. The software is an economical, day-to-day tool that allows automotive repair shops to streamline and automate job management, customer engagement and customer invoicing operations.
To celebrate its launch in the U.S., ARI is offering a limited time no-obligation 14-day free trial. In addition, anyone who registers for the free trial in the month of May is entered to win a free yearlong subscription of Workshop Software; a $708 value.
“Workshop Software is changing the way auto repair shops run their business and interact with clients,” said Mark Davis, general manager and director of BMS Software Products of ARI Network Services Inc. “We are excited to bring this technology to the U.S. market and to provide an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use solution for collectively overseeing all aspects of business management – a task previously challenging for small businesses to carry out efficiently without making a costly investment.”
As a trusted solution in more than 30 countries worldwide, Workshop Software provides independent auto repair shops a tool to help them remain competitive against the large franchises. Current Workshop Software users are winning more business, growing revenue and gross profit, and are seeing greater customer retention.
The software provides a variety of built-in features for job and customer management and offers a mobile app in addition to integrations with Carfax, QuickBooks, Xero, MailChimp and many others.
“Since this software is precisely designed to take on the challenges of the auto repair industry, its use saves shops a significant amount of time and labor, allowing them to allocate more focus on their customer relationships or take on business endeavors that may have been put on the back burner,” Davis said. “I highly encourage shops to take advantage of the zero-risk, free trial and see for themselves the opportunities this technology has to offer.”
Link: ARI Network Services