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Presented to the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) Technology Council by GCommerce, Inc.
Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc.(AAPA) is one of the largest auto parts distribution and marketing organizations in the world, marketing the Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper brands. With 53 shareholder buyers and partnerships with 211 Alliance‐approved vendors, this organization deals with thousands of orders each year.
Fisher Auto Parts, one of the nation’s largest independently owned automotive parts chains, has made the move to Super Spec due to its common language and reduced time spent on transaction mapping.
The back and forth of a manual accounts payable solution was a drain on resources for Integrated Supply Network (ISN), one of the largest tool and equipment wholesalers in the nation. To increase productivity, ISN looked to implement an electronic data interchange (EDI) system.
K&N Engineering, inventor and manufacturer of reusable cotton gauze filter technology for automotive applications, used one-to-one electronic data interchange (EDI) to communicate with trading partners interested in the company’s catalog of more than 3,500 items. A lengthy setup process, coupled with the need to update and clean data quickly, had K&N looking for a better way.
Moog Louisville Warehouse, one of the top regional automotive aftermarket distributors in Louisville, Kentucky, has observed an increasing number of special orders from different customers both in and out of state. The second quarter of 2013 recorded a 20% increase in special orders from the same quarter in 2012. Expecting the same pattern to sustain in the next few years, Jim Mulligan, the President of Operations at Moog Louisville, stresses: “Special orders always remain fundamental to Moog Louisville’s business.
Standard Motor Products (SMP), a top supplier to auto parts stores across the country, receives hundreds of electronic (EDI) orders each day from many different customers. Many of these customers have their own specifications, meaning they send and receive their Electronic Commerce data in a variety of different formats.
Tenneco, one of the top designers, manufacturers and distributors of emission and ride control products and systems for the automotive original equipment market and aftermarket, once did business with its aftermarket customers via phone and faxed orders. That manual process of inputting orders and issuing paper invoices was cumbersome and wasted employee time.