MEMA is majority shareholder in OptiCat TecDoc is role model for Americans the American MEMA, Association of local automotive supplier, announced on February 11, 2010, that she has become majority shareholder at OptiCat LLC, the US counterpart of TecDoc. The AASA, daughter organization of MEMA and Association of manufacturers of spare parts, will run the MEMA’s commitment on their behalf. Thus, the MEMA added TecDoc information system from Germany and MindQuest from the United States to the existing shareholders. The MEMA is the only organization representing the North American producers of spare parts by the AASA. Therefore, is a leading role in OptiCat strategic significance. \”, said Bob McKenna, President of the MEMA. We think that OptiCat will enable a much more efficient data flow in the aftermarket with the support of our members.
This means a higher profitability for all parties involved. As shareholder and Member, we would like to the interests of our members in this important Technology initiative represented and improve the quality and speed of catalog and product data.\” Spare parts manufacturers collaborate on OptiCat to deliver their market well prepared data for electronic catalogs. The database allows traders to use a single source for all spare parts applications and to be able to identify the right spare part so quickly. The capital participation through AASA is fundamental for the success of the electronic parts catalogue OptiCat. \”, notes Steve glove, President of AASA. This approach is undoubtedly the best way to increase sales and profit. We want to share this view with our members and their customers.
\”All suppliers should contact the OptiCat program connect.\” there are just too many and too complicated processes in the distribution of data in the automotive aftermarket. This caused unnecessary costs and delays for all market participants. \”, says Brad Duncan, Managing Director of OptiCat. The previous North American \”Data model is many provide data to many others\”.