Procede adds Paccar integrations to Excede

Updated Nov 2, 2023

Procede added three new integrations between its Excede software and Paccar proprietary systems, the company said Tuesday. 

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"At Procede, we are committed to strategically aligning with OEMs across the ecosystem to better understand their needs and the needs of their dealerships and to advancing our products and services in ways that have a meaningful impact on their businesses," Procede CEO Larry Kettler says. "A key part of that strategy is dedicating strategic resources to proactively build best-in-class OEM integrations. We are excited to get these additional, new integrations into the hands of our Paccar customers." 

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The company says the integrations will support critical processes and operations for departments across dealerships to facilitate improved e-commerce and parts and service processes. 

"Tight integrations with our OEM-proprietary business systems are so important," says Scott Pearson, dealer principal at Peterbilt of Atlanta. "They provide us with a means to do things better, faster and more cost-efficiently in an ever-changing environment."

Procede provides enterprise-level dealer management solutions for heavy duty truck and ancillary markets in the U.S. and Canada. It is a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner. 

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