|January 4, 2018, Chicago, IL – PartsTrader and OneSource Software announce the availability of a new integration between the two software platforms. Suppliers selling collision repair parts now can seamlessly integrate their inventory, reducing the amount of time needed to quote on parts requests. The time saved allows the parts sales team to focus on customers and close more sales. The integration allows users to:
- Be more competitive in a crowded market
- Access to inventory information is streamlined and easy to access
- Matching part options is now included
- Respond faster to your customers
- No more switching back and forth between the two programs
- Real-time inventory information is available on the PartsTrader dashboard
- No new software to learn
Inventory is checked with every quote received so the information is up-to-date and not stale. Greater accuracy is assured because users will no longer need to re-key information. The integration also automatically removes parts that the supplier has chosen not to include in a quote.
“Since Express Parts started using the PartsTrader/OneSource integration, total orders and the number of parts sold through PartsTrader have exploded!“ said Eduardo Cano, Owner of Express Parts in Miami, FL. “Our existing customers are purchasing more parts from us and we have grown our customer base at the same time. We would highly recommend the PartsTrader/OneSource integration.”
For more information about this integration, visit www.onesourcesoftware.com or call (801) 748-4804.
About OneSource Software
Drawing from literally 1000’s of one-on-one conversations with business owners and users, OneSource has created a software solution specialized for companies that sell auto body parts that focuses on simplifying the tasks that seem to be the most crucial and time consuming to business, including: Purchasing Items (locally or in sea containers), finding/pricing/selling items to customers, picking and tracking orders, making it simple to keep your parts catalog up to date, integrating your parts for sale with various online systems (like PartsTrader), making accounting simple, creating reports that make it easy to know what’s going on in your business, etc. For more information please visit www.autobodysupplysoftware.com
When auto collision repair shops need to find the best combination of part price, part type and delivery availability, they turn to the PartsTrader platform to source their parts. Repair shops can search and compare multiple suppliers at the same time and work with suppliers that compete for their business. Suppliers using the PartsTrader platform can be more competitive in the market, increase their sales opportunities to more repairers, and see fewer parts returned, resulting in real dollars added to the bottom line. For more information, go to partstrader.us.com.
Julie Hardesty, Marketing Manager