Dominion Enterprises acquires dealer management system
August 6, 2010
Filed under Features
Dominion Enterprises, an industry marketing services company, recently announced its acquisition of Ziios, a Web-based dealer management system.
Pioneered in 2007 by former powersports owner/operator and ex-Microsoft software developer Curtis Conner, Dominion says Ziios helps dealers reduce technology costs while adding functionality with their Internet-based MomentumDMS application. The software allows dealers to manage their inventory, parts and accessories, service center and accounting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. MomentumDMS is fully scalable for single property to multi-location dealerships.
“Ziios’ MomentumDMS delivers a comprehensive solution to dealers and requires less time and money than server-side DMS applications.” Rick Murchake, vice president at Dominion Enterprises, said in a release. “We understand dealers are using multiple solutions to manage their business, so Ziios will be open to partnering with all powersports technology providers.”
Ziios will join Dominion Enterprises’ three powersports divisions: Web services provider PowerSports Network; CycleTrader.com, Cycle Trader magazine and Walnecks, which provide lead generation services; and Traffic Log Pro, an Internet-based customer relationship management system.
Conner will continue as CEO and will remain headquartered in El Dorado, Calif.