Canadian (i)Congo

iCongo Inc. closed out the week with the announcement that Lecavalier Auto Parts, reportedly Canada’s leading distributor of recycled auto parts and equipment, has selected the iCongo ICE3 suite of collaborative e-business systems. Lecavalier will be employing iCongo e-commerce to conduct customers’ order entry and order management processes online.

The applications being implemented by Lecavalier include iCongo’s ICE3 Business-to-Business Catalog and Online Order Entry System; the ICE3 Business-to-Consumer E-Commerce System; the ICE3 Customer Portal; and a suite of marketing and collaboration modules.

Lecavalier Auto Parts was founded in 1942 by Fernand Lecavalier and was acquired by Roger Fugère Sr. and his brothers in 1965. In 1982, Roger Fugère Jr. joined the business, followed a year and a half later by his brother Philippe. Lecavalier acquired the Centre de recyclage St. Jean in November 1999, and Ford Motor Company bought Lecavalier in November 2001. Lecavalier’s four facilities process approximately 15,000 vehicles a year to provide professionally cleaned and thoroughly tested parts to body shops, garages, dealerships, insurance companies, and individual consumers.

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