Show Me the Parts Announces Shopify Integration

Show Me the Parts Announces Shopify Integration

The partnership brings together the cataloging of ShowMeTheParts with the power and flexibility of Shopify online stores.

ShowMetheParts has announced a new integration with Shopify, which the company says brings together the cataloging of ShowMeTheParts with the power and flexibility of Shopify online stores.

“We’ve created a simplified front-end product fitment finder powered by ShowMeTheParts data,” the company stated in an online announcement. 

Unlike other third-party platforms such as Amazon or eBay, a business’s Shopify store will give them complete control over the customer experience. Users will no longer be selling right next to their competition, and instead will have the full attention of their customers in their own custom branded store.

Ready to review the Shopify solution? Find out more here.

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