TecDoc adds Irish supplier to customer list

Irish parts supplier Somora has joined TecDoc
Irish parts supplier Somora has joined TecDoc

Tecdoc is celebrating the acquisition of its latest customer, Irish parts supplier Somora.

The software provider says Somora is the latest in a long line of companies to list its products on the TecDoc electronic parts data system.

With the inclusion of Samora TecDoc now boasts a presence in all 36 Irish counties.

Somora’s Cormac Moore said: “Obviously taking the decision to become a TecDoc data supplier was a big step for us as the system is usually associated with the big names in the parts business.

“However, TecDoc is the first place that most of our customers will look when identifying parts, so although it took us a little while to get everything in place with our internal systems and the data, it was ultimately an easy decision to take.”

Moore estimates that nine out of ten factors in Ireland use the TecDoc system to identify and order parts.

TecDoc’s Commercial Director Shaun Greasley added: “Although many suppliers might think that they need to be of a certain size to list their products on TecDoc, Somora is a perfect example of a business that has a distinct range of products which it can now present on a part-by-part basis to a large audience of TecDoc Catalogue users that are specifically looking for a particular application.

“This can only be good for Somora and for those searching for these applications.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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

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