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60% of all tire and wheel purchases are first researched online and if your web site does not offer the tools consumers are looking for, they will go to a competitors site to find their tires and wheels – most likely making the purchase there as well. By not having these tools, you are loosing sales.
Fitment Group's Tire and Wheel ecommerce programs are powered by the industries most comprehensive and accurate tire and wheel fitment data set. Fitment Group's B2C, B2B, eBay and Amazon ecommerce systems include the tools needed for a successful online sales program.
For most clients, deploying an online store is a way to enhance their retail locations, and not with an eye on becoming the next large online seller. By providing customers with the needed tools, product information, pricing, and the option to buy online, the customer is more likely to purchase from you and at your retail location.
The vast majority of tire and wheel buyers purchase in store, but do their research online. Hundred's of millions of dollars are spent each year buying tires and wheels online – through retailer web sites, eBay Motors and Amazon. Fitment Group has the tools to help drive some of those sales to you. Whether you have one location or 500, Fitment Group's technology and tools level the online playing field.
Fitment Group's Business-to-Business ecommerce tools allows distributors to easily begin receiving orders online. The secure login that recognizes a dealer and displays only their specific pricing, the search tools (Search by Product Code, Brand, Model, Size, and Vehicle), and the order manager make for an easy to manage and maintain system.
- Search by Vehicle, Brand, and Size
- Filter Results by Brand, Size, and Finish
- OE, OE Optional and Plus Sizing
- Product Library Integration
- Shopping Cart or Create a Quote
- Shipping or Dealer Pickup
- Integrated FedEx and UPS Shipping Calculator
- Credit Card Capture or Real-Time Processing
Distributors enter the consumer ecommerce world aggressively by launching sites that push sales to their dealers. They do not miss out on the migration to buy online and or alienate their retailers.
During the checkout process, the consumer is asked to choose a retailer to have their order filled. The consumer chooses from a list of dealers based the dealers' proximity. If the products are not in the dealer's inventory, the distributor delivers them on their next run.
This saves the consumer on shipping charges and makes the purchase more competitive than mail order sites. The option to ship the product is also available if the buyer is outside of a reasonable proximity to a dealer.