WORLDPAC Announces Mobile VIN Decoder App For speedDIAL Catalog

WORLDPAC Announces Mobile VIN Decoder App For speedDIAL Catalog

WORLDPAC announces a mobile VIN decoder app as an enhancement to the company's speedDIAL Next Generation catalog and order fulfillment software.

WORLDPAC announces a mobile VIN decoder app as an enhancement to the company’s speedDIAL Next Generation catalog and order fulfillment software.

WORLDPAC customers, with an active speedDIAL account, can download the free, 5‐star rated speedDIAL VIN decoder app for iPhone, iPad (with camera) and Android and use it to scan VIN barcodes for instant, wireless transmission of vehicle information to speedDIAL.

Key features of the speedDIAL VIN decoder app include:

• Accurate and fast VIN‐specific scans

• VIN shared with all your speedDIAL computers

• Easy to use manual light control for use in dark areas

• Optional manual VIN entry

• VIN history with a resend option 


WORLDPAC’s speedDIAL VIN decoder app is currently for VINs manufactured for the US market, however, the company says VINs manufactured for the Canadian market will be available soon. 


WORLDPAC imports and distributes OE and quality aftermarket automotive replacement parts to independent service centers in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico. SpeedDIAL, WORLDPAC’s exclusive online catalog and fulfillment ordering software, contains more than 7,000,000 import and domestic, multiple brand applications for virtually every automotive make and model. 


To learn more contact (800) 888‐9982 ext. 5470 or visit www.worldpac.com/app.  

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