Translate your technician’s inspection findings into clear recommendations for your customers, so they feel empowered to make educated decisions quickly. Increase average repair orders and build trust with detailed DVI reports sent directly to their smart devices.
Our hosted cloud solutions allow you to simplify your IT and achieve tangible cost savings. Rather than buying and installing software upfront, our hosted solutions will enable you to rent our business management software and ERP software on a flexible per-user basis. In addition, instead of purchasing and maintaining expensive servers on your own premises, your local system connects to a state-of-the-art data center utilizing a robust, enterprise-grade network.
KCS solutions integrate and manage a whole range of business processes and tasks, including:
Remote backup &
Simplicity, security, and economy
The software-as-a-service (SaaS) approach gives you the same functionality as our traditional software without the cost and time investments of overseeing your server infrastructure. When necessary, we will update your software, maintain your server hardware and ensure that your data is securely stored and backed up, leaving you free to focus on running your business.
What is a cloud solution?
Need a quick definition of cloud computing? Cloud computing is the delivery of hosted services over the internet rather than hosting them in-house (your own premises). If you’re wondering about the benefits of using cloud computing software, here are the basics. Cloud computing:
Removes the costs and risks of managing in-house servers
Unlike on-premise solutions, there are no big up-front capital costs. Instead, users typically pay by the month or user and only pay for the resources they require as a business. Cloud computing reduces capital outlay with predictable operational costs.
Ensures a secure, resilient environment for critical systems
With cloud computing software, you don’t have to create back-ups or deal with computer breakdowns. Your team can save files automatically to the cloud, and employees can use their personal computers and handheld devices to gain access to securely stored data.
Provides user access from any of your locations, 24/7
The cloud is ubiquitous, so connecting to your remote cloud-based systems is straightforward.
Scalable from 5 to 10,000 users to suit your business
Over time, your computing capabilities need to increase and decrease for various reasons. Depending on your requirements, you can scale up and down with the cloud.
It makes it easier to comply with government regulations
As a business, there are many rules and regulations that you must adhere to (like data protection, for example.) When running IT systems yourself, the responsibility lies with you to comply. Still, with cloud computing, service providers will likely have teams to manage this for you.
It allows you to focus on running your business
Monitoring your IT systems on-site is both time-consuming and expensive when you have a business to run. A cloud service provider takes this inconvenience away from you and is on hand to offer practical and useful advice to keep your IT infrastructure working as efficiently as it can.
A sophisticated and intuitive cloud-based ERP and business management solution enables you to manage all aspects of your business and fully supports your digital strategy.
An advanced solution that provides an innovative suite of tools for efficient and effective management, monitoring, and analysis of all facets of a distribution business.
Versatile business management software designed for automotive parts distributors, jobbers, retailers, and warehouse distributors.
Cloud-hosted and browser-based point of sale software for single and multi-location tire dealers and auto service shops.
Gain full control of your business with an all-in-one rental management software solution. From inventory management to CRM, choose a flexible, powerful cloud-based hire software that works on any device, anywhere.
Additional resources on cloud solutions
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The benefits of cloud computing
Navigating the alphabet soup of technology terminology can be challenging. It is filled with acronyms that don’t give much of a hint about what they stand for — much less for what they do.