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19-02-2020 Ivana Majić

A “Buy now” button to accelerate the process of converting visitors into buyers. 

Saint-Romain, France – Feb 19, 2020 – TraceParts, a world-leading supplier of digital content for engineering, has announced that it has improved a feature on the engineering platform for its customers, both parts manufacturers and distributors.  

The feature used to be presented as a simple link in the “Product selection” section, but is now also available as a call-to-action.  

This option is more visible and above all strategically positioned next to the “Download” button. It is already available for parts manufacturers and distributors looking to attract visitors from a product datasheet on traceparts.com to the page corresponding to the same part number on their e-commerce / online sales site. 

Example of the catalog from TE Connectivity, which has implemented the Buy now option on some of its part numbers.  

Parts suppliers who are already online with the TraceParts platform can add a “Buy now” button to each product published on www.traceparts.com

This feature can easily be added to each product datasheet published on traceparts.com by using the Smart-Publishing tool. 


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TraceParts is one of the world’s leading providers of 3D digital content for engineering. As part of the Trace Group founded in 1990, the company provides powerful web-based solutions, such as CAD part libraries, electronic catalogs and product configurators.

TraceParts offers digital marketing services to help part vendors, 3D printing suppliers, software and computer hardware vendors promote their products and services and generate high-quality B2B sales leads.

The TraceParts portal is available free-of-charge to millions of CAD users worldwide. It provides access to hundreds of supplier catalogs and more than 100 million CAD models and product data-sheets that perfectly meet the specific needs of design, purchasing, manufacturing and maintenance processes and operations.


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