Omnique and Wayne Reaves now are working together to help independent and buy-here, pay-here dealers.

On Friday, the software providers announced a new integration to offer service and parts functionality to the independent reconditioning market.

The companies explained their partnership brings together their products in a comprehensive two-way integration that can facilitate data sharing between the systems for a more efficient reconditioning process.

Omnique can notify Wayne Reaves of ticket updates, and Wayne Reaves can pull updated repair order data for vehicle expense tracking. Customer and vehicle information is shared for efficiency and accuracy.

“No other shop management systems are tackling the reconditioning market like Omnique,” Omnique general manager Cavan Robinson said in a news release.

“Wayne Reaves represents the third DMS we’ve completed a recon integration with, and we’re proud to expand our service through this powerful, cloud-based system that brings so much value to users,” Robinson continued.

The companies highlighted the integration also offers:

—Custom statuses that allow dealers to rename and reorder workflow stages with full customization

—Convenient service and parts ordering via Omnique’s parts and labor supplier connections

—Two-way integration that enables a push and pull of data between systems, including repair order status, inventory, and customer history

“Our network of independent dealers will love being able to integrate their recon operations so seamlessly into their overall business management system,” Wayne Reaves president Jason Reaves said.

“These products are market leaders because of our companies’ commitment to supporting the auto aftermarket industry and helping it grow,” Reaves went on to say.

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