NAP reaches top levels of data quality

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For more than 20 years, TecDoc has set data standards in the automotive aftermarket worldwide. They have introduced new product validations and KPIs and are now launching a new quality status for data suppliers.

We’re pleased to announce that in addition to our award as ‘Certified Data Supplier’ (CDS), National Auto Parts has now achieved another higher award level, namely that of ‘Premier Data Supplier (PDS)’.

We are continuously working on improving the data quality in our product lines and catalogue entries and the receipt of this new award proves our work is not going unnoticed. We are ensuring that our product data aligns even better with the information needs at the point of service for retailer and consumer. The status of the CDS is more limited to the TecDoc guidelines or basics in the underlying KPIs. Whereas the KPIs that have to be fulfilled to achieve the new PDS status go significantly beyond this and include, among other things, the evaluation of data content. We are consistently analysing our output through monthly and quarterly reports with regular improvements being made.

TecDoc catalogues consist of more than 110,000 vehicle types, 6.6 million item from more than 700 brands, 254 million links and 48 item groups. Receiving certified TecDoc standards ensures we are operating with the highest data quality, comparability, efficiency and transparency in the global automotive aftermarket.

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