OptiCat LLC Announces “VCdb Change Log Feature within OnTarget Pro”

August 11, 2015 – SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Would you like to save time in your cataloging departments?

OptiCat LLC is pleased to announce a helpful tool that will assist automotive aftermarket suppliers to better understand changes in the vehicle catalog data base (VCdb) as provided by the Auto Care Association. Currently available information does not allow easy comparison to prior vehicle catalog database information and OptiCat’s new “VCdb Changes and History” tool allows complete search and comparison with prior databases. This includes filters for version comparisons; specific vehicle makes, years and models; and even a summary of all changes, if desired.

In addition to overall changes, the tool allows drill down into specific model details that provide complete perspective on change details for each vehicle. This data can then be exported to a TEXT format for Excel type viewing.

Bryan Thueson commented, “This great new OptiCat tool will speed the analysis of changes in the vehicle data base, thereby saving time and effort on the part of the supplier catalog manager. It will also provide useful information about actual changes in vehicles year over year, making the overall understanding of the vehicle park more complete.”

This feature is currently available to at no additional fee to all users of the OptiCat OnBoard Pro suite of products. Please contact OptiCat today to make it visible within your company.

OptiCat is “Building Innovative Technologies to Power your Parts to Market!”

About OptiCat LLC
OptiCat LLC, (www.opticat.net) OptiCat provides a “Network” of data validation, distribution, and assessment programs designed to optimize Suppliers data and its distribution to the marketplace. These programs help Suppliers improve trading partner relationships, eliminate catalog errors and speed cataloging information to market in “near real time”, helping everyone sell more parts!

For more information, contact
OptiCat LLC
Marc Poulsen

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