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GCommerce Receives Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance 2016 Outstanding Technology Partner Award

The award was presented during the Alliance’s 11th Information Technology Summit, hosted last week at Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance headquarters in San Antonio.

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Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance presented GCommerce with its 2016 Outstanding Technology Partner award during the Alliance’s 11th Information Technology Summit (IT Summit), hosted last week at Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance headquarters in San Antonio.

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“To be qualified, the technology partner must provide exceptional value and deliver software, solutions, data, products and/or services that are in sync with the stated direction of the Alliance,” said Dale Hopkins, vice president and chief information officer of the Alliance. “GCommerce accomplished that by helping us implement several key integrated solutions to improve end-to-end supply chain visibility and ordering from MyPlace4Parts all the way to our supplier channel partners.”

“We are extremely honored to be the recipient of this year’s Alliance Outstanding Technology Partner award,” said Steve Smith, GCommerce president and CEO. “This award is a testament to our ability to empower commerce for Alliance shareholders and their channel partners, all with the goal of selling more parts.”

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The focus of this year’s meeting was to improve communication throughout the supply chain. Sixteen individuals representing TrakMotive, Robert Bosch LLC, Dorman Products, East Penn Manufacturing, Standard Motor Products, TYC/Geneva Corp., UCX Calipers, Valvoline, Tenneco, Centric Parts, The Penray Companies Inc., Spectra Premium Industries Inc. and Heavy Duty America/Truck Pride were in attendance.

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