ARI Announces and Integration to Its Endeavor Marine Dealer Websites

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Integration allows dealers to seamlessly post new and used inventory listings on the and marketplaces directly from an ARI-powered website or ARI Mobile solution.

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ARI Network Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARIS) announced today that its Endeavor dealer website platform for marine dealers now integrates with and, Canada's leading third-party listing websites for marine dealers.

The integration allows dealers to seamlessly post new and used inventory listings on the and marketplaces directly from their ARI-powered website’s administration panel or the ARI Mobile app – saving time and increasing unit exposure to drive more leads. ARI’s rich unit information drives the most complete and compelling listings in the marketplace with zero information rekeying required.

“ and get more boat enthusiast traffic than any other online resources in Canada,” said Cameron Coleman, National Account Executive of “We’re excited about our new partnership with ARI, and we’re confident that the new integration will help dealers expand their online exposure to the millions of boat and outboard buyers who visit our websites annually.”

“Sales channels like and are a key marketing tool for marine dealers, but managing inventory across multiple channels can be a real challenge for time-strapped dealers, especially during peak boating season,” said Justin Di Vilio, ARI Director of Business Development - Marine. “ARI’s marketplace listing integrations help dealers generate high-quality listings with less effort to drive more online boat leads and in-store sales.”

Dealers interested in learning more about ARI-powered websites should visit or call 800.755.6040. Dealers interested in learning more about or should call 877.926.2822.

About ARI
ARI Network Services, Inc. (ARI) (NASDAQ: ARIS) offers an award-winning suite of SaaS, software tools, and marketing services to help dealers, equipment manufacturers and distributors in selected vertical markets Sell More Stuff!™ – online and in-store. Our innovative products are powered by a proprietary data repository of enriched original equipment and aftermarket electronic content spanning more than 17 million active part and accessory SKUs and 750,000 equipment models. Business is complicated, but we believe our customers’ technology tools don’t have to be. We remove the complexity of selling and servicing new and used vehicle inventory, parts, garments and accessories (PG&A) for customers in the automotive tire and wheel aftermarket, powersports, outdoor power equipment, marine, home medical equipment, recreational vehicles and appliance industries. More than 23,500 equipment dealers, 195 distributors and 3,360 brands worldwide leverage our web and eCatalog platforms to Sell More Stuff!™ For more information on ARI, visit

About and and were launched in 2001 and 2016, respectively, to provide boat buyers and sellers with a website of highly relevant content, innovative design, and simplicity of use. Since then it has grown to be the most visited websites in Canada. In June 2009, Digital Era Media Inc. (ThinkDEM) took over production of setting a standard of Digital Media Innovation for the Canadian Boating Industry. Both websites are dedicated to supporting the Canadian Marine industry and have established affiliations that include Atlantic Marine Traders Association, Association Maritime du Quebec, Boating Ontario, Boating BC, Discover Boating Canada, Canadian Safe Boating Council, NMMA Canada, Toronto International Boat Show, and Vancouver International Boat Show. For more information, visit or

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For ARI inquiries, contact:
Colleen Malloy, Director of Marketing, ARI, +1.414.973.4323, colleen(dot)malloy(at)arinet(dot)com

ARI Investor inquiries, contact:
Steven Hooser, Three Part Advisors, +1.214.872.2710, shooser(at)threepa(dot)com

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