Bendix App

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Updated: August 26, 2019

Bendix Catalogue App sets a new standard in replacement parts identification with their advanced technology.

In what can be deemed the most significant advancement in the selection of correct replacement vehicle brake parts, Bendix brings in a new generation App that is proving to be highly valuable to the mechanic, saving time, workflow and money through innovative technology.

In partnership with respected App development company, Elegant Media, which is regarded as Australia’s most creative App developer, Bendix has delivered a ground breaking App that enables the mechanic to easily identify what type of brakes a vehicle requires simply by scanning the vehicles registration plate or VIN number.

“The Bendix App is a wonderful example of how software technology can assist people in the workplace to undertake a job with access to accurate information in real time,” said Elegant Media Co-founder and CEO, Anushka Bandara.

From Bendix view point the new App development has been the successful outcome of two technically advanced companies coming together. The App was originally built with basic functionality by Elegant Media and then jointly developed to an advanced stage into one of the industry’s leading software products. “We are really delighted with the new App as there is nothing like it in the market and we know it is going to make life easier for a lot of people in our industry selecting the right parts for the job quickly and efficiently,” said Bendix National Marketing Manager, Ian Bott. “For everyone involved in fitting new brakes to cars, 4WD’s, SUV’s, buses and trucks it will speed up the workflow on the floor of the workshop and ensure the correct products are ordered. supplied and fitted every time,” he said.

The App is available for download Free of Charge at Google Play and the Apple Store and can then be successfully used by mechanics, brake fitters and spare parts counter staff simply by scanning the vehicle’s registration plate, VIN number or another product code. The App will then take the user directly to the Bendix brake parts required.

“Our aim is to make life easier and smarter for our customers utilising advanced technology to the advantage of everyone in the trade and the new Bendix App is already having a huge impact on the market,” said Ian Bott.

Give a free call the Bendix Brake Advice Centre on 1800 819 666 or +61 3 5327 0211 from overseas (8am-5pm Monday to Friday EST),

E mail Bendix at [email protected]

For more information visit www.bendix.com.au