DealerStar Announces GM Integration Completed

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DealerStar's fully web-based DMS now has a seamless integration to GM for their GM dealers

DealerStar announced today that they have completed the integration of the GM interface to their fully web-based DMS system. DealerStar’s DMS was approved early this year by General Motors (GM) for all DTAP Required integrations as well as some of the Preferred integrations. DealerStar’s DMS is now fully certified under GM DTAP.

“DealerStar is focused on making our fully web-based dealership management system interact easier with GM to increase efficiency and profitably,” said Sandi Jerome, President of DealerStar. “We will be working closely with our GM Dealers to determine which of the additional preferred integrations they would like us to integrate next. With DealerStar being a fully web-based system, we can increase manufacturer integration by using web services to help GM dealerships improve the accuracy and productivity of their employees, which, in turn, can improve the overall profitability of their dealership operations.”

GM integrations give dealership personnel the ability to view in DealerStar applications information from GM including vehicle history, parts pricing, supersession history, and warranty status. In addition, GM dealers can view the availability of a specific part at the dealership’s distribution center along with two additional centers as well as displaying key ordering and shipping information such as stock availability, weight, and hazardous material indication. DealerStar's GM integration helps dealers increase the productivity of employees by reducing time spent switching between browser tabs, provide better vehicle, warranty and parts accuracy, increase customer satisfaction through quick answers to customer inquiries, and reduce the time service technicians wait for parts requests to be fulfilled.

About DealerStar
Started by technology guru, Sandi Jerome in 2007 and owned by a group of dealer/investors, DealerStar includes items not found in many older legacy Dealership Management Systems including CRM, payroll, centralized accounting, auto dispatching, vehicle inspection checklists, dashboards, report writer, time clock, daily bank reconciliation and mobile technician terminals. It has been installed at dealerships for almost 3 years. With its web-based design, DealerStar is able to offer to dealers a Tier 1 system like R+R or CDK(ADP) for a price that is lower than many of the Tier 2 or 3 systems. DealerStar does this by providing a web-based DMS that is easier to use and support. DealerStar has been granted two patents for a web-based DMS. For investor information, please visit

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