Automotive software

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Automotive software refers to any software, (or firmware or embedded software), related to automotive industry specific products or services.


DealerCue provides dealerships with real-time, intelligent, market-driven vehicle appraisal, pricing, inventory management, and sourcing solutions. Homepage.

HMR Systems[edit]

Leading automobile solution provider in Saudi Arabian market.


AUTOSAR is the open source automotive software architecture.

Selly Automotive[edit]

Selly Automotive is the only mobile first automotive CRM solution. Selly has users in North America, South America, Australia, and Europe.

Diagnostic software[edit]

Automotive diagnostic software allows diagnosis of vehicle electronics control units via OBD2 or similar diagnostic port.

After-market diagnostic programs include multi-brand diagnostics (e.g. Bosch KTS or generic scantools) or brand-specific tools (e.g. VAG-COM, FoCOM)


DealerSocket is an automotive software platform that helps dealers in the U.S., Canada, and Australia communicate to their customers through a fully integrated suite of marketing, sales, service, customer experience, DMS, and data mining solutions.

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