PACT Enabled

TecCom and eParts renew PACT agreement

  • TecCom
  • Mark
  • Oct 31, 2013

TecCom and eParts have successfully renewed the PACT initiative agreement until 2017 and unveiled plans for future connectivity within the automotive industry.

Since 2007, PACT has connected the automotive aftermarket with more than 2000 motor factor locations now in place to purchase from 80-plus leading UK automotive aftermarket suppliers.

Future growth plans include the appointment of more PACT-enabled motor factors and suppliers and the promotion of new and existing products and services that ensure the smooth running of a business and enable companies to establish and grow export sales.

PACT is also planning to replicate its success in the passenger car market in the commercial vehicle industry.

Peter Hollowood, TecCom director, said: “I’m delighted to be renewing the PACT agreement between eParts and TecCom as I feel we have done an enormous amount of good in the industry by introducing trading efficiencies and reducing waste. We are only at the beginning of our journey as we believe that every motor factor and supplier can benefit from electronic trading, placing the emphasis on best serving customers.”

Mark Rudge, eParts director, added: “With PACT, we’ve been able to use the technology from eParts and TecCom to make the communication between buyer and supplier the very strongest it can be. In doing so, we’ve stripped away the unnecessary boundaries and costs, making our once “complex” supply chain more efficient and successful than ever before.”

As part of a buyer’s business management system, PACT enables a parts distributor to create a ‘point of difference’, with the ability to sell more products more quickly and at a lower cost of sale due to the efficiencies created by automated communication of sales enquiries, orders and the seamless exchange of essential documents and information such as order acknowledgements, dispatch notes and invoices.

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