Today's Executive Interview features Stan Gowisnock, president and CEO of Distribution Service Technologies (DST). In the interview, Gowisnock talks about the trends he is seeing when it comes to the role of technology and e-commerce in the automotive aftermarket today.http://www.aftermarketnews.com/Item/105601/executive_interview_with_stan_gowisnock_president_and_ceo_of_dst.aspx
PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 8, 2012 -- The Pep Boys – Manny, Moe & Jack (NYSE: PBY), the nation’s leading automotive aftermarket service and retail chain, has selected Distribution Service Technologies, Inc. (DST) as its exclusive partner to provide an on-line order placement service for its Pep Express eCommerce customers using www.pepexpress.com.
For distribution companies of all sizes, a competitive edge is difficult to win and even harder to maintain. On one side, independent parts distributors need access to leading-edge technology in order to maximize customer engagement and compete with large retailers. On the other side, global organizations are always looking to improve controls for system pricing and inventory in order to stay profitable.DST - IBM i White Paper.pdf
IntroductionAlthough it may come as a surprise to 30-something “digital architects,” e-Commerce has actually been around for more than 40 years.
What began as an electronic process to facilitate ordering and payments between large corporations has evolved into a strategic business system that allows companies of all sizes to connect with customers in ways that were unimaginable just a few years ago. e-Commerce enables companies to create, deliver and capture value to customers, leveraging its supply chain management, marketing and sales, and IT competencie
The browser-based catalog, being developed for ACDelco by DST Inc. of Lake Forest, Calif., is partly based on one currently used at GM dealers.
GRAND BLANC, Mich., November 1, 2010 – ACDelco will demonstrate an upcoming, all-new online catalog of ACDelco GM OE Service parts for the aftermarket this week at AAPEX (Booth No.
AutoZone, America’s leading retailer and a leading distributor of automotive replacement parts and accessories, announces that it has formed a technology partnership with DST, Inc., to provide AutoZone commercial customers with best -in-class electronic ordering solution. DST is an IBM® Business Partner and leading provider of automotive eBusiness solutions.
According to Stan Gowisnock, DST president and chief executive officer, the company’s TurboParts® next generation eCommerce solution will enable nearly any connected local, regional or national repair business, fleet