Syncron InSync Newsletter

Issue: April 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of InSync, the newsletter that delivers insightful resources and articles to help manufacturing professionals guide their price and inventory strategies and win in the aftermarket.

In this issue, we share some exciting news about our customers, announce a new partnership, and roll out a customer video success story. We hope you enjoy the Scottish accent as much as we do!

Customer News:

Price Management of Spare Parts – Goodbye, Excel

As featured in MaschinenMarkt, learn how Bühler has implemented cross-departmental and automated pricing based on intelligent algorithms. This is intended to make small-scale price revisions a thing of the past in Excel.


AW Rostamani’s Arabian Automobiles Taps Syncron to Optimize its Service Parts Inventory

Arabian Automobiles, the flagship company of the AW Rostamani Group and the exclusive dealer for Nissan in Dubai, Sharjah, and the Northern Emirates, has selected Syncron Inventory to optimize service parts availability, minimize excess stock, and reduce customer lead time for its growing business.


New Partnerships:

Syncron and Percall Announce Strategic Partnership

Syncron has partnered with The Percall Group to deliver its innovative after-market solutions to France and Poland. The partnership will enable manufacturers in both markets to effectively accelerate their businesses, make data-driven decisions, and achieve digital transformation in their service programs.


Customer Success Story:

Scot JCB Creates the Exceptional Customer Experience

Leveraging Syncron’s Retail Inventory Management (RIM) solution, Scot JCB is able to provide the exceptional customer experience. Using the flexible technology is key to addressing evolving customer demands, and Scot JCB is able to identify trends to better manage their inventory.


Three Questions with Joakim Lagerström:

Syncron’s Director of Customer Success Offer Insights

As featured in BVL Magazine, Syncron’s Director of Customer Success offers insights into aftermarket success for manufacturers, including how to ensure the supply of spare parts without expensive warehousing, and reliably predicting demand to enable efficiency.


More Insights:

Read our Latest Blog Post

We often get asked if there is a difference between the best approach to the pricing of general retail items and the best approach used for OEM aftermarket items such as spare parts and services. The answer is yes, you need a different pricing approach.


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