Two figures from KCS explain how MAM Software customers will benefit from the company’s renewed focus on ecommerce and digital technologies.
MAM Software, a Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) company, recently announced the formation of a new strategic Ecommerce Division within the group. The company, with operations across the globe, has recently seen a significant focus on ecommerce and digital technologies.
Announcing the investment, Tom Jackson, Director of Product Management at KCS, said: “MAM customers have looked to us to provide solutions that can help them meet the challenges posed by the recent pandemic, including changes to their business models.
“This is why we have accelerated the introduction of a new range of web-based products that are designed to enable MAM customers to build a sustainable and profitable web presence. Our teams have worked tirelessly to introduce innovative and quick-to-deploy digital solutions; we have already delivered on this, and are committed to continuing to do so.”
The initiative is designed to enable the group to further consolidate its ecommerce platforms, and focus on the delivery of core solutions across its product portfolio.
Tom added: “Bringing our resources together and recruiting additional colleagues to create this dedicated team will ensure we meet our customers’ digital needs now and for years to come.”
Giles Greenslade, Business Development Director for Ecommerce at KCS, explained that the new division will strengthen KCS’s’ value proposition and offer businesses in the automotive aftermarket additional routes to market. He commented, “Adding new and innovative ecommerce solutions to the KCS portfolio provides our customers with a one stop shop for their digital needs. This new division will give us the additional resources we need to further expand and enhance the range of products we currently offer.”
Giles highlighted that one of the main benefits for MAM customers is that the web solutions will work alongside their existing business management software – a platform they are already familiar with.
“We’re not asking customers to change their business to work with a website – the website will work with the KCS business solution they already deploy.
“For products such as WebTrade, the information is being directly fed into the website from a back office Autopart system. Whoever is administrating the site doesn’t need to worry about keeping on top of the latest product data, prices and stock level; the integration with Autopart makes this process much simpler.
“I’m really looking forward to working with our customers to develop their strategies and to make sure that they really benefit from this significant investment.”