E-commerce solution records busiest month
Source: MAM Software Group, Inc. BARNSLEY, England, 12 June 2012
BARNSLEY, England, June 12, 2012 -- MAM Software Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MAMS) is pleased to announce that OpenWebs, its widely adopted e-commerce supply chain solution, recently recorded its busiest month ever. Over 140,000 orders were placed through the system in May, a record breaking figure which illustrates the vast breadth of traffic handled by OpenWebs.
OpenWebs is deployed by many of North America's leading parts and tire companies, and now serves over 6,200 active buyers per month. May's record month saw a 56% increase in the number of transactions to 141,658, resulting in over $11.9m worth of sales for OpenWebs users.
Promoted by the Group's subsidiaries MAM Software Inc and Aftersoft Network NA, OpenWebs is a building block e-commerce solution that enables Warehouse Distributors (WDs), Parts Stores (Jobbers), Tire Wholesalers, and Tire & Auto Service Stations to trade electronically with trade or retail customers.
Built on open architecture, OpenWebs uses web browser functionality to provide a highly flexible e-commerce solution that integrates with a wide range of ERP applications and business management software. Offering business-to-business (B2B), business-to-consumer (B2C) and application-to-application (A2A) capabilities, OpenWebs provides tools that power secure electronic trading networks and website trading initiatives.
"These landmark figures underline the success achieved through MAM's commitment to developing innovative online solutions" said Mike Jamieson, CEO of MAM Software Group. "OpenWebs enables users to capitalize on the efficiencies and opportunities of electronic trading to reduce costs and increase revenue. The volume of transactions that OpenWebs is now processing is testament to the value our solutions bring to tire and parts businesses.
"We are delighted to see that companies are embracing our technology in increasing numbers and we look forward to carrying this momentum forward into the coming months."