Auto/Mate Integrates DMS with Armatus Dealer Uplift, Boosting Auto Dealers’ Warranty Parts Gross Profits - AutoSuccessOnline

Auto/Mate Integrates DMS with Armatus Dealer Uplift, Boosting Auto Dealers’ Warranty Parts Gross Profits

Real-time integration between the two systems allows auto dealers to expedite their retail warranty parts reimbursement submissions.

Albany, NY – Auto/Mate Dealership Systems announced recently it has successfully completed all dealership management system (DMS) integrations with Armatus Dealer Uplift. Real-time integration between the two systems allows auto dealers to expedite their retail warranty parts reimbursement submissions.

“Manufacturer rules and state laws governing retail warranty reimbursement are varied and complex,” said Mike Esposito, president and CEO of Auto/Mate. “We’re pleased that our customers now have an option to simplify this process and substantially increase parts profits.”

“Integrating our system with Auto/Mate’s DMS was fast and inexpensive, thanks to the Open/Mate program,” said Joe Jankowski, Managing Partner of Armatus Dealer Uplift. “We appreciate Auto/Mate’s philosophy that an open integration program provides auto dealers with more vendor choices and more affordable vendor options.”

Armatus Dealer Uplift helps dealers collect retail reimbursement for warranty parts without having to lift a finger or pay an up-front investment. On average, Armatus Dealer Uplift’s dealership clients pick up $80,000 to $100,000 per year in additional profit per store.

The Parts Module in Auto/Mate’s DMS allows auto dealers to easily manage their part department’s daily functions and inventory, and OEM integrations make it easy to place parts orders. Auto/Mate’s integration program, Open/Mate, is based on open standards so that third-party vendors can easily integrate with the DMS.

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Auto/Mate
Armatus Dealer Uplift

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