Hy-Tek Material Handling and its Johnson Stephens Consulting (JSC) division recently introduced ECOMPLETE, a comprehensive solution that helps auto parts companies and retail stores improve existing e-commerce platforms or enter into e-commerce for the first time.
The company describes ECOMPLETE as “a one-stop shop for e-commerce components.”
“COVID-19 has exposed auto parts companies whose outmoded or nonexistent e-commerce capabilities prevent them from selling to quarantined consumers,” said Sam Grooms, CEO of Hy-Tek. “Hy-Tek designed ECOMPLETE, which integrates with the company’s technology to get products online, out the door and into buyers’ hands quickly.”
ECOMPLETE’s predesigned, pre-engineered modular approach gives auto parts companies the flexibility to select only the components they need. Modules include facility acquisition, order management, warehouse management, material handling equipment and operational readiness and support, among others. For companies with no e-commerce presence, webstore shopping cart systems are available.
“ECOMPLETE is designed to support e-commerce success during the pandemic and long after business returns to normal,” said JSC Managing Principal Sandy Stephens. “From implementation through finish, ECOMPLETE takes a fraction of the time traditional projects require, accelerating the seller’s ability to provide or enhance ecommerce operations.”