Tag Archive: aftermarket

Exedy, Jayair, Jaylec, Jayrad and Monroe data all updated

These are just some of the brands that have recently added or significantly updated their Australian data in PARts and TecDoc. PARts Australia offers brands and sellers a standards based data system and data feed to help power both offline and online product lookup with vehicle fitment using standards like TecDoc and Redbook. The goal of “one database – multiple deployments” is a compelling reason for brands and suppliers in particular to connect their data to a standards based...

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PARts introduces the power of kitting and bundling for auto parts sellers

Introducing the most powerful tool in the online auto parts market – PARts Kitting and Bundling. PARts now lets auto parts sellers build any type of product kit or bundle across different brands and product types. A world first, the Kitting and Bundling service uses the database grunt behind PARts Online and Console to build anything from simple product pairs like rotors or shocks to full service kits. Want to offer a service kit including an oil filter, oil and...

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PARtsDB and CommerceConnect at the core of Spares Box

PARtsDB is at the heart of Australia’s largest auto parts store, Spares Box. When Spares Box was founded in 2014, its owners went looking for the best Product Information Management (PIM) offerings and partners it could find. Spares Box chose Fusion Factory to create the technology it needed to make seamless connections with vehicle-product data across multiple platforms (e-commerce, eBay, online channels, ERP and other back-end systems). The result is that customers are able to conveniently shop online for needed...

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The Race for Auto Aftermarket Ecommerce Dominance

Recently Forbes contributor Sarwant Singh wrote about Future Of Automotive Aftermarket And Car Servicing_ Consumers Will Have More Channels To Shop Around – Forbes. Singh pointed out that automotive aftermarket and car servicing consumers will have more and more channels to shop around. This future, Singh indicated, is due to converging trends in the global aftermarket and car servicing sector.   Citing “The Future of Parts and Service Retailing in the Automotive Aftermarket,” a study published by Frost & Sullivan, Singh...

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