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Systems 2000 chosen to computerize Suzuki’s Caribbean stores

(Jan. 15, 2010) -- This decision is part of an effort by Suzuki to begin software standardization in the Caribbean region. After the corporate store installations are completed, franchise Suzuki stores are being encouraged to follow as well.

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. — Suzuki’s Caribbean Division has contracted with Systems 2000 to install its dealership software in their corporate stores.

This decision is part of an effort by Suzuki to begin software standardization in the Caribbean region. After the corporate store installations are completed, franchise Suzuki stores are being encouraged to follow as well. Systems 2000 was selected as Suzuki Caribbean Division’s preferred dealership management system vastly due to its 25 years of experience in the RV industry and its innovative Windows-based software package, said Carl Sconnely, president of Systems 2000.

“An RV dealership is one of the most challenging dealerships to computerize because of the complexity of an RV compared to other vehicles,” said Sconnely. “Multiple manufacturers and product lines go into the making of every RV and all these pieces must be managed and serviced. Systems 2000 Dealership Software fits the Suzuki diverse business model, which as a corporation sells automotive, marine, motorcycle, and other product lines. We look forward to doing business with Suzuki and what we learn from this venture will ultimately benefit everyone in the RV industry as we continue to introduce cutting edge technologies.”

SOURCE: Systems 2000 press release

 

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

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