Software Launches GLAXIS-enabled ELMO Application
Kansas City, Mo.-based
IBS Software has launched the latest version of its ELMO point-of-sale
software for retail auto glass shops, enabled with GLAXIS technology to
streamline the claims process by electronically connecting shops with
claims managers such as LYNX Services.
Elmo32, IBS's most recent release of its Windows-compatible specialty
software for retail auto glass operations, manages quotes, work orders,
invoicing, parts searches and other point-of-sale functions. With added
GLAXIS capabilities, IBS says shops can save time and money by directly
initiating and managing insurance claims online via their ELMO desktop
applications, from first notice of loss through payment.
"The ELMO software from IBS has always made sales operations and
tracking easy, and now the GLAXIS interface makes insurance claims easier,
too," said Larry Bachman, president of Bachman Auto Glass - a chain
serving Arizona, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
"GLAXIS automatically fills in the insured and insurance information
for new orders, and its online authorization saves us from waiting on
hold for claims managers."
"With more than 50 years of experience in the auto glass business,
we understand the hassle involved with processing insurance claims for
both shops and vehicle owners," said Kyle Kryger, president, IBS
Software. "This GLAXIS-enabled ELMO software helps our customers
eliminate inconvenience, saving them time and money and helping them serve
their customers better."