Published On: Tue, Feb 2nd, 2021

Shopmonkey, Epicor Software partner to speed up procurement of auto parts

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Shopmonkey, a California-based auto repair shop management software provider, has entered into a partnership with , a provider of industry-specific enterprise software, for further speeding up procurement of parts to boost revenue and productivity of shop owners.

In this regard, Shopmonkey has integrated with the Integrated Service Estimator solution of Epicor Software. This will give Shopmonkey’s users access to Epicor Software’s parts ordering catalog, thereby enabling them to quickly transfer parts to an order placed on the former’s platform.

Ashot Iskandarian – CEO and founder of Shopmonkey said: “By partnering with Epicor, we have further enhanced our customers’ parts ordering experience and our commitment to provide auto shops with an all-in-one shop management software.

“Thanks to this partnership, our customers have hundreds of options to find the right part for the and can quickly transfer parts from the Epicor PartExpert database directly into a Shopmonkey repair order.”

Shopmonkey, Epicor Software partner to speed up procurement of auto parts

Shopmonkey, Epicor Software partner to speed up procurement of auto parts. Photo courtesy of Shopmonkey.

Included in the Epicor PartExpert replacement part database are maintenance and repair packages and more than 12 million part numbers.

– senior vice president and general manager of automotive at Epicor Software said: “We are thrilled to be able to offer our services to the businesses using Shopmonkey across the nation.

“Partnering with a cloud-based company will allow us to get our replacement parts easily into the hands of businesses that need them. With nearly 2,000 shops using Shopmonkey, this partnership will allow both companies to benefit from the integration.”

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