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DreamWare Inc.

Creating Solutions Through Software as a Service

About DreamWare

DreamWare Inc. specializes in Software as a Service (SaaS) web applications built for global scalability. We utilize microservice architecture to design responsively scalable software services for mobile commerce.

World Lister was our first app and introduced online sellers to our proprietary item-listing algorithm, where new and used items could be listed online faster and with more detail than ever before. World Lister operated from late 2013 until late 2015, allowing ebay users to create and manage listings. Support was discontinued due to the desire to develop our own platform with fewer restrictions for our larger ideas.

Our current project, Auto.Live, is a cloud-based service management tool for connecting vehicle owners with their franchise dealerhsip before, during, and after service. From scheduling to payement and everything in between, Auto.Live provides the only complete end-to-end service solution for dealerships that allows better communication and transparency.

DreamWare projects are a collective effort between our team and you, the consumer, the entrepreneur, the established business, and our partners. Your excitement and feedback help to propel our ideas to the next level, and help us continue to improve the great web applications we offer today.

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DreamWare Inc. Featured Project

Some of the Applications We've Created

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Mid 2014 - Present

Auto.Live is a cloud-based service management tool for connecting vehicle owners with their franchise dealership before, during, and after service.

As a vehicle owner you can schedule service appointments, upload and store proof of insurance and vehicle service records, pay for current service work, and open a direct line of communication with your dealership.

As a dealership you will gain new ways to offer better levels of communication, transparency, engagement, and internal workflow effeciency that has never been seen in the auto sector, until now.