Dealers contemplating migrating their dealer-management systems to Reynolds and Reynolds Co.’s Generation Series will have to find another solution. Ending months of speculation, the company announces in July it is killing the revolutionary DMS due to the investment of financial and technical recourses required to maintain it. When launched in 2003, Generations was supposed to provide dealers with a Web-based system that integrated all of the dealership’s departments. However, dealers ...
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