Brake Parts Inc. LLC has introduced an electronic catalog for its Raybestos line of brake components.

The new eCatalog provides access to parts and application data from a desktop, smartphone and tablet.

The data interfaces were designed in-house to be fundamentally ACES and PIES compliant, but seamlessly extensible at both the database and delivery levels. The company says it’s a novel approach not seen anywhere else in the market.

“We listened to feedback from our customers to understand their needs and then leveraged the best technology available to deliver and meet those needs,” says Paul Gurns, master data management and product support manager for Brake Parts Inc.

Key features of the new Raybestos eCatalog include competitor interchanges, enhanced sorting and filtering, buyers guides and search history.

Located on the brand website at, the Raybestos eCatalog also contains product specifications, attributes and images, as well as product comparisons with the ability to see up to four at a time. Future updates include 360-degree images, access to technical service bulletins, training materials and more.