TecDoc catalogue update speeds up parts ID

The VRM look-up has new functionality
The VRM look-up has new functionality

Users of TecDoc can identify components on the system more quickly after the VRM search tool was updated to display vehicle chassis number and engine code.

The update has impressed TecDoc customer Alan Russell, IT manager for Premier Components UK, which recycles parts before a vehicle is crushed.

He said: “The system is very fast so it speeds the process and increases productivity, but the biggest gain for us is the accuracy of the system.”

Shaun Greasley, commercial director of TecDoc UK and Eire, added: “Many businesses have experienced directly attributable cost saving benefits as the number of wrongly specified parts, which have then needed to be returned, has shrunk as a result of using TecDoc’s VRM option.”

Published by emmabutcher

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