However the software house, recently formed by the acquisition of Kerridge by ADP, says support for its other products will continue while they are still being used by clients.
Stephen Asprey, marketing director, adds: “We are finding that each migration case is unique and we must treat our proposition as such. There are many differences between the module offering within Optima21/Dracar and Autoline, hence ADP Kerridge will discuss with each dealer individually their circumstances to best understand how the transfer to Autoline can be made in the most effective way.”
A spokeswoman adds that ADP Kerridge values the relationships that it has with customers and aims to build on these.
“A migration plan is now under way for the legacy ADP customers to move to an Autoline system, although there has been no specific end of life declared on the Optima21/Dracar product,” she says.
“The Optima21/Dracar products have not been retired and support will continue.”