TCS is first to sign up for TIA's recently unveiled TPMS database

Jan. 1, 2020
TCS Technologies has signed the first subscription to the TPMS Database being rolled out by the Tire Industry Association (TIA).
TCS Technologies has signed the first subscription to the TPMS Database being rolled out by the Tire Industry Association (TIA).

The system incorporates all of the information in TIA’s TPMS Relearn Chart into a file that can be linked with point-of-sale software so the TPMS requirements for each specific make and model can be printed directly on the work order.

“The TPMS Database was created to give retailers another option for handling the TPMS relearn and service requirements for domestic and import vehicles,” reports Kevin Rohlwing, TIA’s senior vice president of training.

“By creating a data file of the TPMS Relearn Chart, we are now able to provide this valuable information in multiple formats so we can meet the needs of any size retailer,” he says.

“TCS was the first software provider to approach us after the release during the Global Tire Expo (GTE), and we are proud to announce that they are the first company to recognize the value of this product,” Rohlwing points out.

“We are excited to be the first company to offer TIA’s TPMS Database,” says Barry Reese, TCS’ president.

 

PAGE 2

“Our POS software applications already provide retailers with tire reference information and technical data specs, so TIA’s TPMS information was a natural extension of these features,” he notes.

“The partnership with TIA allows our customers to access the TPMS relearn and service requirements for the most popular domestic and import vehicles by simply entering the year, make and model,” Reese says.

TCS – Tire Company Solutions – is a Microsoft certified partner that develops and markets both off-the-shelf and custom software, web applications, e-commerce platforms, support and consulting services to tire and automotive service operations across the U.S. and Canada. The headquarters is outside of Nashville with a second location in Salt Lake City.

For more information, visit www.tireindustry.org and www.tcstire.com.

Sponsored Recommendations

Best Body Shop and the 360-Degree-Concept

Spanesi ‘360-Degree-Concept’ Enables Kansas Body Shop to Complete High-Quality Repairs

Maximizing Throughput & Profit in Your Body Shop with a Side-Load System

Years of technological advancements and the development of efficiency boosting equipment have drastically changed the way body shops operate. In this free guide from GFS, learn...

ADAS Applications: What They Are & What They Do

Learn how ADAS utilizes sensors such as radar, sonar, lidar and cameras to perceive the world around the vehicle, and either provide critical information to the driver or take...

Banking on Bigger Profits with a Heavy-Duty Truck Paint Booth

The addition of a heavy-duty paint booth for oversized trucks & vehicles can open the door to new or expanded service opportunities.