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Linnehan's USA Computer Systems Goes Web-Based

Linnehan Family Businesses’ Chief Operating Officer John Linnehan, is pleased to announce the following:

USA Computer Systems is moving from its current Microsoft Accounting server-based platform to a Microsoft Accounting Web-based product. Richard Chilgreen, Partner/G.M. of USA Computer Systems said, “Our current dealer network will be converted to Web-based by August 31, 2008. Then our future Web-based client installs will be scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis.”

USA Computer Systems also, is currently accepting reservation dates for early Fall 2008 for installation of its proprietary Microsoft Accounting-based dealer management system software, called THE ANSWER.

The Linnehan family has made the corporate decision to utilize the power of the Internet as the delivery methodology of choice. Linnehan’s Atlantic Acceptance Finance Corporation and Credit Now! Auto Sales will be utilizing this new Web-based technology by August 31, 2008. John Linnehan said, “Our USA Computer Systems Web-based DMS conversion is a key component in our current ability to safely grow our business profitably. It also plays a major part in our exciting corporate expansion plans that have recently been released publically by the Linnehan Family.  We are prepared to install and service the best BHPH/subprime dealer management system (DMS) money can buy.”

Diane Oliver, National Sales Manager of USA Computer Systems, will be at both the NABD and NIADA National Conventions to offer more information on the new Web-based Microsoft DMS features. She can also be reached by e-mail at [email protected] or by phone at 207.610.2477.

USA Computer Systems: USA Computer Systems, a member of the Linnehan Family of Businesses, offers “The ANSWER” to all the Management and Accounting needs for the Automotive and Finance industries.  Beyond full integration, “The ANSWER” is built into Microsoft® Great Plains Accounting software. USA Computer Systems offers the premier software available in the Automotive and Finance industries. To learn more, visit the company’s Web site at



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