Scott Luckett

  • Paper catalogs are dead. We just haven’t had the memorial service. Until the industry supports the exchange of applications for all classes of vehicles and machines, the burden to print catalogs remains.
    Scott Luckett
  • Today’s Amazon is yesterday’s AutoZone. They don’t feel an obligation to do things the way they’ve always been done. And they are constantly innovating to hone in on those things that customers value the most.
    Scott Luckett
  • AAM Group will implement electronic data interchange (EDI) with their suppliers and selected GCommerce to handle all of the connectivity between AAM members and their suppliers.
    GCommerce
  • With Amazon selling auto parts online, it's clear that digital cataloging is more critical than ever. Amazon’s key aftermarket vendors understand the interconnectedness of the entire online shopping experience that revolves around a content-rich catalog.
    Alan R. Segal
  • The question of whether a supplier supported the automotive data standards used to be answered with “yes” or “no.” But today, the answer includes Silver, Gold or Platinum, or some other designation of completeness.
    Scott Luckett
  • The new business-to-business e-commerce tool integrates GCommerce’s Virtual Inventory Cloud (VIC) system into websites powered by ShowMeTheParts (SMTP), adding drop-shipping and special ordering capabilities.
    GCommerce
  • For decades to come autonomous vehicles will operate as an addition to the vehicle fleet and not a replacement. They will be owned by commercial businesses with a keen interest in up-time. They will be better maintained and serviced than the existing vehicle fleet.
    Scott Luckett
  • EDI – electronic data interchange – still deserves consideration by distributor/retailers and their supply chain partners as a way to reduce cost, improve strategic relationships and increase channel visibility.
    Scott Luckett