ADP Lightspeed, Stag-Parkway Get Connected

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May 5, 2011 by   Comments Off on ADP Lightspeed, Stag-Parkway Get Connected

ADP Lightspeed Salt Lake City, Utah-based ADP Lightspeed, a premier provider of dealer management software (DMS) systems, recently announced its enhanced interface with Stag-Parkway’s purchase order (PO) system.
According to a press release, this new integration allows dealers to send orders directly and track status from within the LightspeedEVO DMS.

The direct interface connects inventory and ordering systems within LightspeedEVO to Stag-Parkway’s processing, allowing dealers to send POs without re-keying information. With this direct connection, dealers can now track the status of orders from the initial order, through processing to delivery, within the DMS.
This tool helps dealers improve their ordering process along with staying up to date on order delivery times, said Chris Hauck, product manager for Atlanta-based ADP Lightspeed.

“We understand the need to streamline the parts ordering process,” Hauck explained. “Teaming up with one of the most trusted names in the RV industry is a big step in refining the process. We are very excited about our interface with Stag-Parkway’s order processing.”

“ADP’s focus on improving their customers’ experience using Lightspeed EVO is absolutely consistent with our customer service approach. We think finding program and process efficiencies that improve accuracy and speed provide significant performance upsides for dealerships and others in the supply chain,” said John Spaulding, senior vice president of marketing for Stag-Parkway.

The Stag-Parkway parts ordering interface upgrade is available to all dealers on LightspeedEVO with version release 5.3. There are no additional service fees for downloading or using the new interface.

ADP Lightspeed is a part of ADP Dealer Services, which provides integrated computing solutions to more than 25,000 auto, truck, motorcycle, powersports, and recreation vehicle dealers throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. ADP, with nearly $9 billion in revenues and 550,000 clients, is one of the largest providers of a broad range of premier mission–critical, transaction processing and information-based business solutions in selected markets on a global basis.

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