Hytec Automotive Goes Hi-Tech with New Online Water Pump Catalog

Hytec Automotive Goes Hi-Tech with New Online Water Pump Catalog

Hytec Automotive announced recently that it has launched an electronic version of its catalog. Powered by two different program platforms, Wrenchead and Activant, the catalog ensures compatibility with Hytec customers' computers by offering two separate links on the Hytec site for different types of users.

Hytec Automotive, a DeBartolo company, announced recently that it has launched an electronic version of its catalog. Powered by two different program platforms, Wrenchead and Activant, the catalog ensures compatibility with Hytec customers’ computers by offering two separate links on the Hytec site for different types of users.

Hytec Automotive supplies new water pumps for automobiles, light and heavy-duty trucks, marine, high performance and industrial applications.

Going electronic is making it possible for Hytec customers to access product information and images in real time on a 24-hour-a-day/seven-day a week basis, in addition to creating a more successful and streamlined order fulfillment process. Offering two different program platforms, as well as a printed edition, allows customers to access that information in formats with which they are familiar.

“It has been our goal to be as accessible to our customers as possible. This new catalog will make Hytec products available 24/7 and will help us to expedite orders in a more precise manner,” said Tim Zahler, president of Hytec.

The benefits of the two online catalogs include: “Smart Pages,” which include product images, descriptions, technical data and specs; easy implementation and rapid integration into third party software applications; as well as parts applications covering passenger cars, light trucks, medium duty vehicles and marine vessels.

To take a test drive of Hytec’s new catalog, visit www.hytecauto.com.

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