Counterman Survey: A Majority Of Car Parts Professionals Use An E-Catalog With Paper As A Backup

Counterman Survey: A Majority Of Car Parts Professionals Use An E-Catalog With Paper As A Backup

The research, conducted beginning in December 2015 at Counterman.com, shows that 66 percent of the 306 counter pros who responded use an e-catalog “with a healthy dose of paper just to make sure.”

A recent survey by Counterman magazine reveals that a majority of car parts professionals use an e-catalog with a paper catalog as backup.

The research, conducted beginning in December 2015 at Counterman.com, shows that 66 percent of the 306 counter pros who responded use an e-catalog “with a healthy dose of paper just to make sure.”

At 27 votes, just under 9 percent of respondents say they use only a paper catalog. Just over 25 percent (77 respondents) use an e-catalog exclusively. cm-parts-e-catalog-paper-2

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