ADP Team Truck launches w.e.b.Suite2000

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DALLAS, Tex. — ADP Team Truck announces the release of w.e.b.Suite2000, the first fully integrated suite of web-enabled management solutions for heavy-duty truck dealers.

“Our w.e.b.Suite2000 product is a perfect combination of ADP feature-rich application software and browser-based technology,” says Roger Sybrowsky, vice president and general manager of ADP Team Truck.

w.e.b.Suite2000 is a complete solution for all departments within a heavy-duty truck dealership. A few key elements of w.e.b.Suite2000 include: accounting, parts, service, leasing, rental, finance and insurance, customer relationship management, data archiving, manufacturer integration and network infrastructure. Each module offers a robust feature-set that can be increased or modified according to dealership requirements.

Major benefits of w.e.b.Suite2000 include: a managed approach to migration and change; proven browser-based technology; improved access and display of essential dealership data; remote location support and integration; ADP World Class Service

“In addition to its simplicity and flexibility, ADP’s w.e.b.Suite2000 protects the dealer’s investments in technology,” says Lance Pierce, director of product marketing. “Our customers will be able to leverage investments made today well into the future.”

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