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Summary of Systems 2000 Dealership Software software from Systems 2000, Inc.

Brief Description (Provided by Vendor)
Systems 2000 Dealership Software is a complete Parts Invoicing and Point of Sale system. Systems 2000 handles both cash sales and the tracking of each customer's purchases. All transactions instantly relieve inventory and are audited by end of day, month, and year routines. Quantity-on-Hand and On-Order tracking ensures timely re-order of critical parts. Systems 2000 Parts Module will balance the cash drawer and provides a complete summary sorted by parts technician. Systems 2000 summarizes sales based on quantities, costs and profits, and gives you the option to compensate your parts personnel based on sales profit. With Systems 2000's barcode receiving module, your inventory can have a common part number regardless of the supplier from which it was purchased. Once the inventory is bar-coded, sales transactions inventory can be easily entered and tracked.


Key Features
• Parts Invoicing, Purchase Orders & Inventory Receiving
• Parts Category Classification for Custom Reports & Parts Location
• Supplier Information & Packaging Ratios
• Retail & Cost Pricing, Total On Hand & On Order Quantities
• Minimum & Maximum On Hand for Suggested Re-Ordering
• Stocking Parameters for Non-Stock Items
• Seasonal Parts Sales with Adjustments to Regular Stock Items
• Quantity on Hand Breakdowns by Bin Location (Up To 4 Bin Locations per Item)
• Customized Pricing Structures for Retail, Wholesale, Above Cost and Special Pricing
• Parts designations to identify parts as Clearance, Obsolete or Active Items
• Supports Bar Code Scanning Technology for Inventory Receiving and Parts Point of Sale
• Sale End Date Alert Notification
• Display Year to Date Monthly Sales Summary for Each Part
• Detailed Parts History Screen and Reports
• View Parts Inventory in Datasheet View Format
• Search Manufacturer Electronic Price Books
• UPC Cross Referencing Option to Compare Parts across Suppliers
• Track Employee Numbers for Sales Breakdown by Employee for Commission Purposes
• Change Quantities, Core Amounts and Discount Amounts directly on screen
• Add New Parts directly from Parts Invoicing Screen
• Create Bar Codes for printing to standard laser printers
• Auto-Generate Suggested Selling Price based on Cost Range
• Special Order/Backorder processing
• Master Updates of Price Codes
• Delete features for Zero Quantity, Obsolete and Non-stock items
• Physical Inventory Counts with Variance Reports
• Parts Pricing Matrix
• Parts Sales Reports and Complete Integration to Accounting

Along with parts management, Systems 2000 Dealership Software is a comprehensive technology solution that enables Recreational Vehicle (RV), Automotive, Marine, Powersports, and Bus Dealerships to integrate Sales Prospecting, CRM, F&I, Deal Desking, Parts, Service, Accounting, Payroll, Credit Operations, and Website Services.

Systems 2000, Inc., located along Central Florida’s I-4 high technology corridor in the city of Altamonte Springs, was founded in 1984 by then and current president Carl Sconnely. Systems 2000 prides itself on being a true software company with its focus on developing high quality software solutions for the dealership environment.

Now with its 3rd generation of Dealer Management Software (DMS), Systems 2000, boasts the most powerful and feature rich system ever developed for the industry. Written in Microsoft's dot net language and using Microsoft's SQL Server for data storage and retrieval, Systems 2000 created a software system that truly handles multi-location and high volume dealerships.

Contact Information
Website: http://www.sys2.com/
Phone: 407-358-2000

Company founded
1984

Software installs
1000

Size of businesses targeted
Tier 3 - Mid Market: Retailers that choose software in this category usually range in size of 50 to 1000 employees with annual revenue of $25 million to $250 million. POS software packages will cost around $25,000 to $250,000 for 5 to 200 computer users. The implementation costs are usually .75 to 5 times the cost of the software.

Tier 4 - Lower Market: Retailers that choose software in this category usually range in size of 1 to 100 employees with annual revenue of $.5 to $50 million. These are smaller companies that have outgrown the Tier 5 solution. POS software packages will cost around $1500 to $75,000 for 1 to 40 computer users. The implementation costs are usually .5 to 2 times the cost of the software.

Tier5 - Shrink Wrap Market: Retailers that choose software in this category usually range in size of 1 to 20 employees with annual revenue of $0 to $3 million. POS software packages in this tier will cost around $200 to $1,500 for 1 to 5 computer users. The training and implementation of the software is generally done in-house - to keep costs down. You can often find these systems bundled with hardware and sold on the internet.

Geographic locations supported
United States
Canada

Operating platforms supported
Windows
Dot NET

Training offered
On-site training
Classroom training
Telephone training
Computer based training (CBT)

Database(s) supported
Microsoft SQL Server


Breakdown of the Key Features Supported for Systems 2000 Dealership Software ALL

* The information for this product was last updated on 9/1/2011.

Point of Sale (POS)
Bar code scanning at the POS
Integrated credit card processing/authorization from the POS
Ability to issue, track, and redeem gift certificates from the POS
Customer loyalty card support (ability to swipe and authorize loyalty cards at POS)
Frequent buyer program support (ability to track points for each customer)  
Issue, track, and redeem gift cards at POS
Create, track, and view quotes from POS
Integrated gift registry system  
Create work orders (repair/service orders)
Create and track customers (name, address, email, etc)
Track and calculate commissions for each sales person
Marketing promotion & advertising campaign tracking (track promotions at the POS so you can tell which ads pull the best)
Inventory
Integrated (built in) purchasing
Track inventory by category/classification
Track inventory by department
Track inventory by matrix or color/size tables (at least 250 tables)
Track inventory by serial number
Support kits (allows you to group products together and sell them all at once)
Handle gasoline pricing (to 3 decimal places)  
Consignment inventory tracking
Handle special order tracking
Automatic purchase order generation based on order levels
Interface to a 3rd party Open to Buy Planning application  
Integrated (built in) Open to Buy Planning module
Accounting & Bookkeeping
General
Peripherals
eCommerce / Shopping Cart Interface
Restaurant Industry Features


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