Launch of CNH’s new Common Spare Parts System comes months before January deadline.
November 20, 2017
Littleton, CO: Charter Software Inc. announced this week that CNH Case New Holland has certified the new CSPS (Common Spare Parts System) integration in their ASPEN Business Management System. The integration with CSPS is part of the existing ASPEN CNH Communications Interface to be released November 30th at no additional charge to those CNH dealers who use ASPEN. The additional CSPS functionality comes months ahead of the January 3rd CNH deadline.
CNH announced in January of this year they would be replacing the current e-Parts system with the new CSPS that would offer more functionality and improved Dealer Business System integration, making it easier for dealers to do business with CNH.
“We are extremely excited to provide the new CSPS integration to dealers and continue down the road of our long partnership with CNH Case New Holland,” Anne Salemo, Charter Software Inc. President/CEO said. “It’s important that our product development closely matches technology enhancements made by manufacturers so dealers can continue to better serve their customers and positively impact their bottom line.”
ASPEN Business Management System uses Microsoft .NET and SQL Server to offer dealers strong security, a reliable, manageable IT infrastructure, and easy integration with Microsoft applications. For more information on ASPEN, Charter Software and the CNH Communications Interface, please visit chartersoftware.com, contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 303.932.6875.
About Charter Software Inc.: Charter Software provides scalable, integrated Microsoft-based business management software designed to increase communication and profitability across all departments for equipment dealerships, golf car, and turf distributorships. ASPEN, Charter Software’s business management software, provides best-in-class mobile and rental tools that help companies manage multiple aspects of their business both in and out of the office. Close relationships with industry’s leading OEMs and suppliers allows them to create streamlined EPC/e-commerce integration that strengthens dealers’ and distributors’ connections with their business partners.