Autodata, Europe’s leading automotive technical information provider, and Autoexperten, the renowned Swedish automotive workshop chain, has announced a new business partnership, that will deliver an enhanced parts catalogue to the Swedish aftermarket.
Autoexperten’s parts catalogue will be powered by Autodata, the most trusted automotive technical information provider in Sweden. Over 75% of automotive workshops in Sweden currently use Autodata’s industry leading online workshop application to support vehicle servicing, repairs, and diagnostics.
This extended partnership between Autodata and Autoexperten will unite vehicle parts information and vehicle repair times. This new online product will enable workshops to efficiently identify and purchase vehicle parts, as well as provide customers with more accurate service and repair quotes.
Tomas Andersson, Workshop Concept Manager at Autoexperten said: “Autodata’s technical information is the most accurate in the industry. Utilising Autodata in our parts catalogue will enable workshops to work more efficiently and effectively, by giving them better access to the cost of tools and repair times.”
Rod Williams, Chief Executive Officer at Autodata, commented: “Autodata has been providing technical information to Autoexperten’s workshops for over 10 years. We are delighted to be a part of Autoexperten’s new endeavour to bring innovative aftermarket solutions into the Swedish aftermarket.”
Visit Automassan in January 2017 to find out more information about Autodata at booth EO2:13. Visit booth C03:22 for more information on Autoexperten’s new parts catalogue.
Alternatively, for more information about Autodata, visit www.autodata-group.com/se
Visit www.autoexperten.se to find out more about Autoexperten.
Established in 1975, Autodata is a trusted world leader in providing technical information to the automotive aftermarket. Autodata develops products for use in automotive workshops for the repair and servicing of cars and motorbikes, as well as corporate solutions for companies requiring bespoke platforms or integration with Autodata’s technical information.
Through long-standing relationships, all data is licensed directly from 155 manufacturers, covering 40,000 models worldwide. The new Autodata web application features 125,000 diagrams and illustrations, covering over 550,000 procedures