Auto Parts Network® (APN™), Online Automotive Superstore, Makes Headway at CES 2012

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Online auto parts superstore, Auto Parts Network®, was represented and well-received at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, generating buzz around the high-tech convenience of the APN online store, and maintaining strong relations among top mobile electronics vendors.

Online auto parts superstore, Auto Parts Network® (APN), sent representatives to attend the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV. Every year CES showcases the latest consumer-facing gadgets and gives a sneak peek into what the future of consumer electronics might be like. The show also features new advancements in the mobile electronics market and APN representatives were there to maintain vendor and manufacturer relations and research the technology that is redefining the way people drive.

The APN team was well-received by all the major mobile electronics brands that were there to feature new car audio products, head units, stereo upgrades, in dash GPS systems, Bluetooth integrations, and other high tech auto accessories. Vendors were excited to see the high tech features of the APN site, such as navigation features and search options that bring a new level of convenience to online auto part shopping. By maintaining strong relationships with these vendors and showcasing the advanced APN interface, APN intends to give customers a fast, easy way to buy auto parts online and a place to find the newest mobile electronics products at the lowest prices.

Just like the mobile electronics they carry, APN is committed to making consumers’ lives easier with the use of technology. The APN website was recently updated to make it easier than ever for shoppers to find exactly the parts they need by filtering parts according to type, vehicle make and model, category, or VIN. Once all of this information is entered, the system saves the user’s preferences so customers don’t have to specify their vehicle make and model each time they shop for a different product. With APN’s network of auto part distribution centers, customers can have parts sent to them or to a local installer, and in many cases shipping is free.

The CES 2012 showed us that the mobile electronics world is changing, and that new technology is constantly changing how drivers interact with their cars. APN continues to mirror the advancement of the auto parts market by using technology to change the way people shop for and install automotive products and accessories online. With the progress made in vendor relations at CES, APN is hoping to make the online part buying experience both easier and more affordable.

Auto Parts Network is an online auto parts superstore designed to be the world’s most complete online shopping resource for automotive parts, products, accessories, and services supported by strong vendor relationships, and a vast network of nationwide distribution centers.


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