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Midwest Industries adds ARI inventory tool

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ARI Network Services announced that Midwest Industries Inc., located in Ida Grove, Iowa, licensed PartSmart Web for use by its dealer and distributor network as well as its warehouse locations across the United States and Canada.

Authorized dealers and distributors will have on?demand access to the parts catalogs for Midwest Industries’ complete line of ShoreLand’r trailers, including pontoon, deckboat and utility trailers. Midwest Industries also licensed ARI’s Data Manager for real?time access to up?to?date parts information, and Data Publisher for faster production and delivery of eCatalogs.

“Our selection of ARI’s parts lookup and publishing solutions was based on a number of factors,” Midwest Industries customer service manager Doug Clough in a statement.

“First, ARI has a proven track record of providing marine manufacturers, dealers and distributors with easy?to?use, cost?effective marketing solutions,” he added. “Second, ARI’s solutions are customizable and will grow with us as our business needs change. And finally, ARI worked with us to help us achieve our goals smoothly.”

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