Karmak marks 25th anniversary

Jan. 2, 2007
Karmak Inc. is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a provider of business management software systems to heavy-duty truck parts distributors, dealers, manufacturers, service shops, lease/rental facilities and fleets.

Karmak Inc. is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a provider of business management software systems to heavy-duty truck parts distributors, dealers, manufacturers, service shops, lease/rental facilities and fleets.

Today Karmak supports more than 500 customers at approximately 1,800 locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Latin America. Karmak employs nearly 200 specialists in areas such as inventory control, service shop management, accounting, and new and used truck sales, as well as information technology and systems engineering.

“Our 25th year devoted to the heavy-duty market is a major milestone, which wouldn’t be possible without the vision of our chairman, Richard Schien, and veteran staff members,” said president & CEO Bill Healy. “We plan to continue to enhance our premiere Legend and Info 5 business systems, while introducing new Windows- and web-based products including our ProfitMaster and Director Series lines.

“By continuing to listen to our customers and work with partners such as Microsoft, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and heavy-duty manufacturers, we are positioned to provide outstanding products and services to meet the changing needs of the industry, he added.”

For more information, go to www.karmak.com

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