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» January 29, 2010
OPS Manages the Online Ordering Cycle for Productivity
Is it any kid’s goal to grow up to be an automotive parts dealer? How about two kids who end up revolutionizing the parts business? This is the story of Nick Bossinakis and Sib Bahjat who have done just that. Nick and Sib grew up together. They both started out delivering parts for auto dealers, then doing consulting regarding new cars. The two men formed a consulting business for auto dealers. As they called on collision shops, fortune brought them together with Allen Samuels Dodge, part of the well-known Allen Samuels group of dealers. read more

company history
At its inception. OPS was created to market original equipment manufactured automotive parts to collision repair facilities. Realizing the repair facilities’ need to comply with federal and state regulations governed by OSHA and the EPA, we provided a combination of safety and environmental services to the facilities in order to capture parts sales. The success of the program resulted in many repair facilities joining the OPS network.
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Late in 2005, Overall Parts Solutions (OPS) launched a revolutionary collision parts tool called OPSTRAX. OPSTRAX is a web-based parts coordination system designed to work with major estimating and management systems. In its first year over 200 collision shops have ordered and depended on the system!

Hundreds of vendors are utilizing this new technology, with more being added every day! OPSTRAX has permanently changed the way shops manage their parts departments!
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support benefits
OPS has researched and hand-picked parts suppliers who are committed to the highest level of service in the industry. In conjunction, OPS provides ongoing customer service support to parts suppliers. This support encompasses customer service techniques, problem solving, and creating tailor-made services for your shops, ensuring that they receive consistent, quality service from your vendors.
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