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New TechSmart Technician Bench Guide Now Available

The new TechSmart Technician Bench Guide, now available from Standard Motor Products (SMP), highlights the very best that the TechSmart brand of engine management parts has to offer. The 16-page guide features the top 100 products of TechSmart's current offering, including the best sellers, with all 50 TechSmart categories represented. Products are highlighted with features, benefits and vehicles in operation (VIO) information.

The new TechSmart Technician Bench Guide, now available from Standard Motor Products (SMP), highlights the very best that the TechSmart brand of engine management parts has to offer. The 16-page guide features the top 100 products of TechSmart’s current offering, including the best sellers, with all 50 TechSmart categories represented. Products are highlighted with features, benefits and vehicles in operation (VIO) information.

“We’ve integrated QR codes on several of the pages, which when scanned with a Smartphone, bring the user to a specific TechSmart Smart Solution or Smart Idea page. Here they can learn more about TechSmart problem-solvers or submit their ideas for a new product,” said Joe Donaggio, manager of new product development for SMP.

The Technician Bench Guide also has a “join the conversation” page with addresses and contact information for the TechSmart Facebook page, Twitter page and Smart Idea form.

In addition to the new TechSmart Technician Bench Guide, SMP has also created a Counterperson Guide to Locating TechSmart Parts in eCat Providers. This chart is designed to assist counterpersons in finding TechSmart parts in Activant/Epicor and WHI. The counterperson guide is available in PDF format on www.TechSmartParts.com.

TechSmart by SMP is an exciting new brand of enhanced engine control products developed for the professional service technician. TechSmart was designed to help the technician with new technology, new categories and problem-solving improvements to the original with a proven quality they can trust.

For more information, visit www.smpcorp.com.

 

 

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