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R.O. Writer Shop Management Software Upgrades Give Users the Competitive Edge


Enhancements to the R.O. Writer Shop Management Software will be unveiled at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Juno Beach, Fla. (PRWEB) October 29, 2012

Progressive Automotive Systems, Inc. (PAS) will unveil the enhanced features to its R.O. Writer Shop Management Software at the SEMA show in Las Vegas beginning Tuesday, October 30 through Friday, November 2, 2012. Software demonstrations will take place at the R.O. Writer booth (#10112) located in the Tools & Equipment Section in the North Hall.

“In the automotive service industry, time is money and competition is intense which is why more than 5,000 independent automotive service retailers rely on R.O. Writer to help them gain a competitive edge in their markets,” said Steve Smith, COO, PAS. “The upgrades to the system directly impact shop efficiency, which play a significant role in shop profits.”

The new features allow the user to accurately identify required parts and labor to build an accurate estimate and maximize margins. Its enhanced parts sourcing through NAPA® PROLink allows the user to compare pricing and automatically calculate profit margins. Additionally, the new multi-store management option enables users to instantaneously access vehicle repair information from multiple locations.

Technology has taken the automotive service business to the next level as customers have come to expect expediency and quality in their shop experience. The R.O. Writer Software is an intuitive tool that helps streamline the estimate and work order process. The evolution of the product features allows the shops to maintain a competitive edge.

For more details on R.O. Writer upgrades and features and benefits, visit our booth at SEMA (#10112).

About Progressive Automotive Systems
Progressive Automotive Systems, Inc., developers of the R.O. Writer Shop Management Software, based in Juno Beach, Fla., is a leading provider of shop management software in North America.

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