Homosassa, FL, February 15, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- This week ClassicCarSystems.com is introducing new software that is expected to revolutionize the rapidly growing classic auto industry. For vehicles that are decades old, their histories can be as important as the automobiles themselves.
Documentation can actually increase the value of classic autos from five to even 500 percent in some cases. "Detailed documentation inspires a sense of confidence that a vehicle is what it is stated to be," said William Hampton, founder of ClassicCarSystems.com, "and that often translates into higher resale values." At a recent auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, two virtually identical vehicles, manufactured the same year, with the same make and body style, sold for $17,000 and $115,000. The basic difference between the two vehicles was apparently due to the extensive documentation available on one vehicle versus the lack of history on the other.
DocQment-it allows vehicle documentation to be organized, managed, and shared instantly on-line. By keeping track of relevant vehicle data, users can generate detailed reports and reproduce original documents on-demand. For example, the owner of a 1935 Auburn Speedster could run a report of the engine overhaul that took place in 1969 and share that data with a potential buyer over the Internet in seconds. Alternatively, the owner may need to refer to the work logs from last year's complete restoration to find the exact specifications for the cylinder head bolts used.
DocQment-it is incredibly flexible and can be adapted to specific needs. Whether it is for a father-son project, private collector, professional restoration shop, or classic car museum, DocQment-it can easily handle it. "We knew the classic car industry was ready for a standardized documentation system," explained Hampton, "but we also knew that it needed to be user friendly." DocQment-it is a complete information management system, capable of cataloging and tracking components, inventory, contacts, suppliers, original dealer options, window stickers, build sheets, broadcast sheets, confidential information, and much more.
ClassicCarSytems.com is a division of VoiceFactor/PCS Inc., a leading provider of cutting-edge software products for the healthcare, industrial, and business sectors. The central design of DocQment-it originates from a proprietary technology currently in use by the Orange County California Sheriff's Department for their criminal database. Similar versions are also being used by the United States Government Accounting Office and by healthcare organizations across the country for tracking patient information and medical research.
DocQment-it software is available for download from the company's website.