TecDoc to launch iPad app at Automechanika

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TecDoc's stand promises new innovations
TecDoc's stand promises new innovations

TecDoc will be launching its own application for the Apple iPad at Automechanika.

The app will be a full version of TecDoc’s online catalogue, optimised for the iPad device.

UK visitors to the Frankfurt show will be able to see the launch of the new app, as well as sample some of TecDoc’s other mini-web applications. The company will also be showcasing its screen size optimisation software for iPhone and Android devices.

Alongside the new developments TecDoc is also hoping to show existing customers a range of add-on services. Among these services are Web Shop and Web Service, which give customers alternative routes to accessing parts data held in the TecDoc catalogue.

TecDoc’s Commercial Director Shaun Greasley said: With the Web Shop option, TecDoc will design and build a web portal that can either integrate with an existing website or provide the complete front end for a bespoke site. By contrast the Web Service solution is ideal for those businesses who have already developed their own website, but purely wish to introduce a parts search facility for those browsing the site.

“With both options the level of information that users can access can be specific and reflect the relationship they have with the distributor. Existing customers could be able to access more information on the site than the public for example, but obviously these details can be tailored to suit each individual requirement.”

TecDoc will be exhibiting in hall 5 at stand 6.1 at the show. For your chance to win free tickets to Automechanika, see the CAT blog.

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