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SimplePart is designed for resellers with catalogs of thousands of products, to make it easy for customers to navigate your catalog and place accurate orders.

Our websites are built dynamically from product catalog data that you supply. We are able to take your product and application information and build a complete searchable online catalog. You
 – more... can upload your product catalog using our standard product data feed format and be online in minutes, or contact us for more complex integration projects where data manipulation may be required.

Each SimplePart website is built around a robust and proven eCommerce storefront framework â€" designed from the ground up for Auto Parts. We then work with you to customize your online store, so customers get the full experience you’ve built around your brand. Our framework is flexible and adaptable to almost any look and feel. For highly specialized needs, custom development is also available.

SimplePart brought online selling parts for classic British sportscars in February 2008 and presently sells $35,000 per month online-only, not counting phone sales. For more information on SimplePart's track record of performance with Aftermarket product catalogs, please see our Case Studies.

Our data model includes the following primary attributes, relationships and objects:

Products: Any item with a stock code that you wish to sell
Makes: The manufacturer of a vehicle
Models: The model of a vehicle
Model Years: The year of a vehicle
Drivelines: An engine or driveline option for a vehicle, such as "VR6" (optional)
Trim Levels: A trim or options package description for a vehicle such as "GLX" (optional)
Model Ranges: A grouping of vehicles (combination of make, model, year, trim, driveline) such as "e30" or "e type" which is used as a part of navigation (optional)
Categories: A multi-level categorization used for Products and Assemblies as a part of navigation
Assemblies: A combination of products which relate. This may be "front passenger brake assembly" or, just as easily, "car care products". Products in assemblies are assumed to be related to each other and this relationship in part drives related product suggestions. Product Images: A relationship between a product and one or many images
Assembly Images: A relationship between an assembly of products and one or many images, each of which may have titles and descriptions as well as numeric indexes relating to the products shown in that image
Product Fitment: A relationship between a product and the vehicles (combination of make, model, year, trim, driveline) which that product applies (fits)
Assembly Fitment: A relationship between an assembly of products and the vehicles to which that assembly applies (fits) (optional)
Product Categories: A relationship between a product and one or many categories
Assembly Categories: A relationship between an assembly of products and one or many categories (optional)

Our Product Data Feed Format gives you the ability to upload Products, Categories, Makes, Models, Model Years, Drivelines, Trim Levels, Product Categories and Product Applications in bulk through tab-delimited files by HTTP or FTP. Our Control Panel gives you access to the remaining attributes and objects. – lessMore from ZoomInfo » Employer Reviews Photos Salaries