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When Paper Catalogs Come In Handy

Whether it’s a “mystery part” or a non-automotive application, those old-fashioned paper catalogs still have their place behind the counter.   

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Electronic cataloging has many advantages. Speed of lookup, space considerations, photos, technical specifications and instant updatability make e-catalogs a necessity in today’s auto parts store, Tom Dayton explains in the February issue of Counterman.

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“Still, for all of the convenience and computing power of e-catalogs, there are a few circumstances when they just don’t measure up to paper,” Dayton says.

Whether it’s a “mystery part” or a non-automotive application, those old-fashioned paper catalogs still have their place behind the counter.   

This video is sponsored by The Pronto Network.     

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