NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwired - May 9, 2013) - SMA Alliance Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMAA) is excited to announce the release of their innovative Car Blaster software -- version 6.4. After 18 months of revisions, the updated software is in production and is now ready for client distribution. This software has been ploddingly modified and re-coded to allow the posting of a vehicle(s) to a multitude of classified listing sites by using an automated and efficient series of simple commands. With the reduced amount of technical support needed, this allows SMA to downsize data entry and shift resource employees, enabling the expansion of sales divisions.
"By updating this software, SMA is able to reduce a significant percentage of the manual processes and greatly reduce their set-up time which gives us an increased back-end budget and quicker billing start dates," CFO Troy Martoccia states. CEO Timothy Stephens comments, "This was one of the major projects we have been inherently focused on. With the successful completion and implementation of Blaster 6.4, we are now primed and ready to fully concentrate on our sales and growth targets."
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