Fullsteam Acquires Fast Lube Software Leader Integrated Services, Inc.
Fullsteam, a technology company acquiring software and payments businesses, announced today the acquisition of Integrated Services, Inc. (“ISI”), a software company providing point of sale and business management solutions for the fast lube and quick service auto maintenance industry.
ISI’s software covers all aspects of a shop’s business, including inventory, staffing, service recommendation sales tools, promotions, fleet business, invoicing, and integrated credit card processing. Its cloud-based back-office platform includes extensive reporting capabilities for multi-location clients with real-time data and mobile access.
“We could not be more excited to welcome ISI to the Fullsteam family of companies,” said Fullsteam CEO Michael A. Lawler. “By providing great software and exceptional service to its customers, ISI has become the industry standard in its market.”
ISI is the most widely used software for quick automotive service industry leaders. The system supports mission critical business functions for more than 2,500 locations across the U.S. and Canada, performing 25 million service transactions annually.
Founded in 1987, ISI is headquartered in Portland, OR. As part of the acquisition, co-founder Steve Barram will continue to oversee the company’s day-to-day operations as a Fullsteam president.
“From the outset we desired to build ISI to competently serve people – our employees, our customers and our suppliers,” Barram said. “In Fullsteam, we found a company that also values people and culture. Our entire executive team and I are excited to join the Fullsteam portfolio of companies and look forward to many years of growth together.”
Fullsteam™ is a leading software and payments company headquartered in Auburn, Alabama. Fullsteam acquires companies and provides them with streamlined payments infrastructure and enhanced operational support in order to increase growth and improve profitability. Fullsteam is actively seeking further acquisitions across multiple software verticals.