GCommerce Adds AutoSoEZ Web Store Software

GCommerce Adds AutoSoEZ Web Store Software

The AutoSoEZ database can support hundreds of thousands of products and many millions of vehicle application records.

GCommerce Inc. announced it has acquired AutoSoEZ, an e-commerce platform optimized for the requirements of the vehicular aftermarket. Added to the suite of commerce and productivity solutions from GCommerce, the company says AutoSoEZ addresses the needs of retailers, wholesalers and suppliers searching for a B2C and B2B software platform.

AutoSoEZ was designed with automotive data requirements in mind from the start. The AutoSoEZ database can support hundreds of thousands of products and many millions of vehicle application records, according to the company. A sophisticated, but intuitive software, according to GCommerce, the program aids in SEO data extensions, product categorization and classification of product attributes. Complete support of the auto care industry data standards, ACES and PIES, makes data acquisition and updates fast and effective, the company adds.

“Auto and truck products have complex technical attributes and fitment considerations. A general-purpose e-commerce platform cannot manage the demands of year, make, model and engine look-up and multi-facet search criteria. But AutoSoEZ is ‘automotive’ right out of the box,” said Steve Smith, president and CEO of GCommerce. “AutoSoEZ adds a B2B/B2C front end to our GCommerce messaging network and data platforms to empower commerce and drive revenue for our customers.”

GCommerce says AutoSoEZ has unique, “must-have” features that set it apart, including support for a dual channel strategy of website and marketplace, automated multi-vendor fulfillment by SKU, ACES and PIES data import modules and business analytics and financial reporting.

For more information and to schedule a demonstration, visit the AutoSoEZ page at gcommerceinc.com/our-services/autosoez.

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