Entrepreneur of The Year
Dealership Software is honoured to be given a very special award of Entrepreneur of the Year.
Through lots of hard work, dedication and a willingness to succeed, Dealership Software has grown immensely over the past few years since its initial release. With a dedication to the Automotive Aftermarket Industry and a mission to “Make a Massive Positive Change to the Aftermarket Industry” Dealership Software has worked tirelessly to get where it is today, and continues on an exciting vision of growth.
“Everything we do at Dealership Software is done through the lens of the client and our mission of a massive positive change. It is the hallmark of all our work and everything that we do.” Said James Mitchell, CEO Dealership Software.
“To be recognised for this hard work is certainly an honour. The team has worked very hard and often goes above and beyond for our ever growing customer base.” Said Mitchell.
“Last week, the team had a meeting to review the past year. We even surprised ourselves at just how much has been added to Dealership Software in the past 12 months, and how much extra value has been given, free, to our users. This is part of our mission.”
Dealership Software has certainly come a long way in a few short years, and is now the fastest growing Automotive Specific application. The Entrepreneur of the Year Award is a reward for that hard work and the dedication that this organisation has to the Automotive Aftermarket Industry.
“The aftermarket industry has a very interesting decade ahead. Dealers are trying to win more of the business away from the independant repairer, plus cars are getting more reliable and increasingly less moving parts, as many manufacturers make a shift to electric and hybrid vehicles.”
“This poses a challenge for the industry, and at Dealership Software we want to empower the independent repairer to have the power of the big dealers. It’s amazing that in todays world that can be achieved, quite inexpensively and easily. Never before has so much power been available to the small business owner and independent repairer and we want to ensure that power gets into the hands of the right people for an ongoing prosperous industry”. Concluded Mitchell.