Signal Extraprise Releases TireTrader v4.0

Signal Extraprise Releases TireTrader v4.0

Signal Extraprise Corporation, a supplier of visionary, comprehensive tire and automotive service business management, inventory, distribution and POS suite of software solutions, has announced the latest release of TireTrader, the innovative e-commerce suite offering which simplifies ordering, streamlines the distribution network, reduces costs and provides competitive advantage.

Signal Extraprise Corporation, a supplier of visionary, comprehensive tire and automotive service business management, inventory, distribution and POS suite of software solutions, has announced the latest release of TireTrader, the innovative e-commerce suite offering which simplifies ordering, streamlines the distribution network, reduces costs and provides competitive advantage.

Connecting nearly two dozen of the nation’s top tire distributors to thousands of their respective retailers, TireTrader is on target to process over $100,000,000 in tire sales in 2007 for the customers of Signal Extraprise Corporation, equaling a volume quantity of over 1,250,000 tires.

TireTrader v4.0 has been thoroughly beta-tested at key customer sites and was officially rolled out to all customers at a Wholesale Tire Dealer Conference held in Seven Fields, PA, on August 15th, 2007.

Key functionality of the latest version is in direct response to user feedback and includes such business mission-critical features as:

  1. A new Tire Fitment Guide with Plus Sizing to sharpen the response of retailers to the needs of their customers.
  2. Customizable web links to promote specials and boost sales and provide customers with direct connections to special instructions and technical information.
  3. Powerful security features to protect access to key business information by assigning password accessible user roles to company personnel.
  4. Search results updates which provide the ability to adjust screen appearance by customer or customer type for secondary quantities, retail prices and locations.

As a business-to-business transactional engine for both wholesale and retail firms, TireTrader provides the value-added tools to compete successfully in today’s challenging business environment by effectively leveraging technology to provide easy, quick and accurate access to meaningful information, empower customers to make decisions, and streamline the sales process. For more information, visit www.signalextraprise.com

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