Deeza Chassis Parts Announces Enhanced E-Commerce Capabilities

Deeza Chassis Parts Announces Enhanced E-Commerce Capabilities

The company's catalog is available electronically in AAIA Legacy and ACES compliant formats.

Deeza Chassis Parts, a technology focused manufacturer of premium chassis parts for the global aftermarket, has announced its enhanced e-commerce capabilities.

"We are proud to have a proprietary web-based online order management system that is user-friendly and accessible from anywhere in the world," said Gokhan Kuru, president, Deeza Chassis Parts.  "Customers can get on our website to review stock quantities, place regular or drop-ship orders, review their order history, current statements, and invoices. The capabilities are endless, including the ability for our customers to access catalog and pricing information."

Utilizing the GCommerce EDI system platform, the company can also electronically receive, confirm and ship orders.
 
The company’s catalog is available electronically in AAIA Legacy and ACES compliant formats. In addition, the catalog can be accessed at www.DeezaChassis.com where the company’s 1,800 plus parts are fully searchable by make, model, year and interchange applications. In addition, Deeza Chassis Parts is fully compliant with aftermarket catalog providers including: Activant, WHI Solutions (Nexcat/Nexpart) and ShowMeTheParts.com.

For more information about Deeza Chassis Parts, phone (973)237-1101, email [email protected], or visit www.DeezaChassis.com.    

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