ACDelco launches E-cat for workshops

The E-cat can be found on the ACDelco website
The E-cat can be found on the ACDelco website

ACDelco has launched its own E-catalogue to help customers do business.

The parts manufacturer says its new E-catalogue is ‘one of the industry’s best’ when it comes to ease of use and getting information quickly.

ACDelco is the latest in a steady stream of companies transferring from traditional catalogues to online versions. E-cats make getting parts information as simple as clicking a mouse – better than searching through the pages of a catalogue!

ACDelco UK boss Lee Quinney said: “The brief behind its creation and delivery was for it to be made as easy as possible to use, whilst giving customers immediate access to logically presented and relevant information, and for me we have achieved this.

“Whilst to say we have been inundated with the number of customers who have made very favourable comments would be an exaggeration, the feedback that we have had has made the investment extremely worthwhile.”

ACDelco says its E-cat can help technicians retrieve part information quickly and efficiently, whilst also providing a wealth of related product information.

ACDelco’s E-cat is available on the company’s website.

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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