Pluss helps companies migrate from obsolete business systems

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Pluss Corp. (www.pluss.net), a Montana company that focuses exclusively on the aftermarket parts and repair industry and has a large following in the heavy-duty industry, announced ePluss, a migration service for larger heavy-duty businesses moving from older, obsolete business systems to newer Windows-based software.

Pluss says ePluss is a streamlined five-step process best suited for larger truck or heavy-duty businesses that need to move to a new business system. Often this needs to be done rapidly as they are beginning to see hardware fail that is no longer supported; these businesses face the difficult task of maintaining a larger thriving business while retraining a work force on a new software platform, and they can’t afford a great deal of disruption in their business.

“We are finding more and more businesses that are on obsolete hardware or software that is unsupported,” says Kenny Nau, Pluss director of sales. “These customers have chosen not to migrate until now, because the system they were on was working. Now they face the very difficult challenge of retraining their work force, changing their business system and keeping their customers happy.”

“What makes ePluss so compelling is the careful consideration of the many steps these users need to go through as they transition to a new system,” says Jim Hutchinson, general manager of Pluss. “We have put a great deal of consideration into this service plan to ensure the least amount of disruption to day-to-day operations.”