Auto/Mate to Roll Out Fixed Ops Portion of Reporting Engine

Auto/Mate to Roll Out Fixed Ops Portion of Reporting Engine

Report/Mate is comprised of four main sections: sales, office, DOC and now fixed ops.

Auto/Mate Dealership Systems will unveil its fixed operations report generator at this year’s NADA Convention & Expo in Las Vegas. The addition of fixed ops reporting completes the unification of Auto/Mate’s Report/Mate engine, and enables dealerships to create, share and schedule reports based on data across every department.  

“The process of generating reports can be time consuming and difficult, and it’s not always clear how numbers translate into actionable insights,” said Mike Esposito, president and CEO of Auto/Mate. “Our unified reporting engine allows dealership personnel to create on-demand reports using criteria that’s important to them.”

Report/Mate is comprised of four main sections: sales, office, DOC and now fixed ops. Examples of common fixed ops reports within Report/Mate include works in progress, total profit on ROs and negative parts on hand. However, users can also generate reports based on virtually any data field within the DMS to view their data their own way.

Auto/Mate customers can even turn any report line — not just Daily DOCs — into customizable widgets on their dashboard, simplifying the way dealerships monitor their key performance indicators (KPIs).

Auto/Mate plans to begin piloting the fixed ops portion of Report/Mate toward the end of February with ambitions to begin rolling it out to its new customers in March. To learn more about Report/Mate, visit Booth #4337C at the NADA Convention & Expo, February 14-17, 2020, in Las Vegas, NV.

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