BPI Gets Award From Epicor Software


MCHENRY, Ill.Brake Parts Inc LLC (BPI) was presented with the 2019 Content Excellence Award Receiver’s Choice from Epicor Software Corporation during the recent Automotive Content Professionals Network (ACPN) conference for catalog and content managers, according to Paul Gurns, manager,master data management and product support, BPI.

“Epicor has one of the most comprehensive parts databases in the aftermarket,” said Gurns. “Their eCatalog, LaserCat 3, is one of the industry’s most advanced solutions containing nearly 7.5 million parts for more than 7,500 manufacturer product lines. Being recognized by them for data quality, coverage, speed to market and willingness to do whatever it takes to help the end customer win in this highly competitive market is truly an honor.”

The Receiver’s Choice award recognizes organizations that supply high quality content including ACES, PIES, Digital Assets and other customer specific formats. Honorees are selected by data receivers who support ACPN for their exemplary content and are leading the way in integrity, accuracy, timeliness, completeness, best practices and other proprietary judging criteria.

About Brake Parts Inc LLC

Brake Parts Inc LLC (BPI) is committed to leading the global automotive aftermarket as the premier manufacturer and supplier of brake system components, including its respected flagship Raybestos® brand. The company’s primary focus is the growth and profitability of its customers through a collaborative platform of quality, innovation, dedication and integrity. A supplier to major auto parts organizations, BPI has a demonstrated commitment to research, development and testing of its entire product offering, including friction, rotors, drums, calipers and hydraulic products, ensuring that they meet or exceed original equipment fit, form and function requirements. For more information, visit www.brakepartsinc.com.

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David Kiley is Chief of Content for The BRAKE Report. Kiley is an award-winning business journalist and author, having covered the auto industry for USA Today, Businessweek, AOL/Huffington Post, as well as written articles for Automobile and Popular Mechanics.