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Topic # 171835 2-May-2015 13:40
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A friend runs an automotive repair shop and we are looking for a CRM type system to manage the client relationship, sales and service reminders - a long with an inventory system. Currently he just produces invoices but we want to sharpen up a bit and we are looking around for a good system.

Can anyone recommend something they may think is suitable? either onpremise or hosted solution? I have performed a quick Google but would like to see if someone has had similar experience with any.

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  Reply # 1295750 2-May-2015 15:31
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We've done a bit of work for clients that use http://www.spannerplanner.com/ and it looks good.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1295825 2-May-2015 18:11
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freitasm: Budget?


I guess we'll look at budget once we seen what matches our need's. Having said that, we do not want to re-invent the wheel.

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The defacto standard in NZ for automotive repair workshops is a piece of software called SAM
I dont know of any that arent using it.
Tyre shops seem to use MYOB and Xero.

http://sam.co.nz/




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  Reply # 1295923 2-May-2015 21:38
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raytaylor: The defacto standard in NZ for automotive repair workshops is a piece of software called SAM
I dont know of any that arent using it.
Tyre shops seem to use MYOB and Xero.

http://sam.co.nz/


SAM is what the mechanics we did work for were using before they changed to spannerplanner.

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