ShowMeTheParts Now Offers Spanish eCat

ShowMeTheParts Now Offers Spanish eCat

Latin America countries in the Caribbean, Central and South America continue to grow and offer excellent growth opportunities to domestic manufacturers.

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DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. – ShowMeTheParts.com has released a new mobile-friendly branded site that manufacturer partners can deploy in HTML5 form and in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. This Spanish-enabled site can be run on Android and Apple smartphones and tablets. Using the flexibility of the Auto Care Association ACES standard,  ShowMeTheParts is able to work with manufacturer partners to deploy custom-branded catalogs for their Latin America markets.

Latin America countries in the Caribbean, Central and South America continue to grow and offer excellent growth opportunities to domestic manufacturers. This Spanish-language product can easily be incorporated into a manufacturer’s responsive design site to provide a truly user-friendly catalog interface on all devices.

View the GMB site in Spanish or the SKF site in Spanish to see the service at work.

For more information on Vertical Development and ShowMeTheParts.com, contact Ron Garand at 847-609-9540; or [email protected].

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