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Scott-Macon Equipment Selects e-Emphasys to Manage Dealership Business Requirements

Wed July 29, 2009 - West Edition
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Scott-Macon Equipment, a Terex lift equipment dealer headquartered in Houston has selected e-Emphasys Technologies to provide and manage its dealership business requirements.

Under the five-year agreement, e-Emphasys Technologies, a dealership business solution and services provider, will deliver end-to-end business solutions, and also manage Scott-Macon’s IT operations in such areas as ERP, CRM and business intelligence. The deal is part of Scott-Macon’s transformation initiative to continue to improve operational efficiency and position the company for continued growth.

“We chose e-Emphasys as a strategic partner for their in-depth understanding of the day-to-day information requirements of companies operating in the equipment dealership and rental industry,” said Bob Dimmitt, executive vice president of Scott-Macon. “The combination of e-Emphasys’ new generation dealership solutions, managed services expertise and proven record in rationalizing and standardizing business processes in our industry were all contributing factors to our decision. We have confidence in e-Emphasys’ ability to deliver a flexible operating model to address our changing business needs more efficiently.”

e-Emphasys is delivering a complete solution and the managed services through an on-Demand services model that offers state-of-the-art industry-specific products at a fixed price, and flexible, unit pricing for managing day-to-day operations at all seven locations of Scott-Macon. This innovative commercial model will allow Scott-Macon greater operational flexibility, lower risk and better cost control. Scott-Macon will benefit from improved asset utilization, standardized business processes, continued consistent service quality and a predictable cost structure by leveraging e-Emphasys’ eXtend On-Demand solutions, process and StepFast Delivery model, according to e-Emphasys Technologies.

“Equipment dealers and rental companies are launching transformative initiatives to improve efficiency and profitability, focusing on their core competencies,” said Milind Bagade, e-Emphasys’ chief executive officer. “Scott-Macon is leading this trend. The choice of our eXtend On-Demand solutions and our managed services by Scott-Macon is testimony to the unique value proposition delivered by e-Emphasys.”

Scott-Macon Equipment, is one of the oldest privately-held lifting equipment rental and distribution companies in the United States. Through branch offices in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma, Scott-Macon Equipment is involved in the sale, rental and servicing of cranes and related lifting equipment, primarily in the Gulf Coast.

For more information on Scott-Mason Equipment, visit www.smequipment.com.

e-Emphasys Technologies is a provider of new generation dealership business solutions and services for equipment dealers, distributors and rental firms worldwide. e-Emphasys has developed a suite of products for dealerships, the eXtend enterprise solutions that are based upon the company’s knowledge of the dealership industry and state-of-the-art technology. e-Emphasys’ eXtend solutions assist customers in simplifying their business and organizations by helping them streamline processes, reduce costs and enhance business and operational performance.

For more information on e-Emphasys, call 919/657-6565 or visit www.e-Emphasys.com.




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