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OEMsecrets launch new price comparison site.
OEMsecrets   12/5/2012 8:16:07 AM
 

OEMsecrets are proud to announce the first price comparison tool in the electronic component distribution industry: www.oemsecrets.com Upon entering a part number and a quantity, users are able to determine which supplier has the lowest priced inventory, displaying both price per unit and total cost from the quantity requested. From there, users can filter the results by both manufacturer and quantity, as well as changing the currency. With 16 major franchised distributors and manufacturers direct in the tool and many more about to follow, this price comparison site can give the user valuable information in seconds. Users are able to click directly into the distributors shopping carts, saving them both time and money. There is no log in or subscription required for users to use OEMsecrets' price comparison tool, it's FREE: www.oemsecrets.com

 

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