PHOENIX, AZ, February 5, 2018 — RevolutionParts, the fastest growing automotive parts eCommerce solution for dealerships, ended 2017 strong with yet another industry milestone: $500 million total sales processed through the platform.
Since 2013, RevolutionParts has been providing dealerships an easy, all-in-one solution to sell profitably parts and accessories through a standalone Web Store and/or eBay Motors. In the coming months, RevolutionParts plans to release an Amazon selling solution as well.
“It is incredibly rewarding to see our dealerships achieving this level of success on our platform,” says Ibrahim Mesbah, CEO and co-founder of RevolutionParts. “$500 million in sales is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the dealerships we work with.”
“Our web store has become a go-to source for vehicle owners that want authentic OEM parts and accessories,” says Matt Mylan, Parts Department Director at Van Chevrolet Buick GMC. “RevolutionParts has built a platform that offers our customers an easy to use, hassle-free experience that enables them to easily find and confidently purchase parts. The tools within the RevolutionParts platform make it simple to manage and ship orders each day. In addition, the RevolutionParts administrative tool enables us to maintain competitive pricing, manage and ship high volume orders, easily market our site, and achieve high customer satisfaction.”
RevolutionParts hit its first $100 million in auto parts and accessories sold through the platform in May 2015. Since then, the company’s growth has accelerated, adding dozens of new employees and ranking #692 on the Inc 5000’s list of fastest-growing companies in the US.
The company reached $197 million in processed sales in 2017 alone, a sizable jump from the $140 million sold in 2016. General Motors and Toyota contributed the most to online part and accessory sales through RevolutionParts, with 2017 sales of $34.6 million and $19.5 million respectively. Other sizable players in the industry include Ford at $14.6 million, MOPAR at $13.8 million, and Honda at $10.6 million.
“We strive to provide an unbeatable user experience so our customers can grow with as little friction as possible,” says Andreas Ronneseth, CTO and co-founder of RevolutionParts. “We aren’t content to sit back and let others lead the way, and we will keep up the momentum in 2018.”
RevolutionParts helps automotive dealers maximize online OEM parts sales with powerful and user-friendly eCommerce solutions. The company’s focus is on making it dead simple for dealers to sell parts online and deliver a great shopping experience for their customers. RevolutionParts has scaled to over $500 million in global transactions with hundreds of customers across the United States. For more information visit www.revolutionparts.com.