PACE (Performance and Accessory Catalog Electronic) is a business-to-business website for our members that will provide communication between the wholesale customer (Jobber) and the warehouse distributor (WD). PACE will provide cataloging and inventory information to the Jobber user.
The PACE™ Catalog Extension gives users convenient access to any PACE™ site they can log in to. As of the first version, the extension is compatible with Chrome and Firefox. The look and functionality of the PACE™ Catalog Extension is roughly the same between Chrome and Firefox, so the instructions given here are also the same between the two browsers.
Once the extension is successfully installed, the user can access PACE™ warehouse functionality by clicking on the icon to display the popup.
Once the extension is successfully installed, a blue icon displaying the PACE™ logo will show up in the top right of the browser next to the browser search box. When the logo is clicked, a popup will appear with a list of warehouses that have a PACE™ site.
If a user is already logged in to a PACE™ site, the popup will display the warehouse logo with options to add to order/cart, search for parts, and view orders.
Users can easily log in to their PACE™ warehouse account through the extension. To do this:
Once clicked, a login form will appear in the extension popup window.
Accessing add to order/cart functionality is as easy as clicking the Add to Order/Cart button to the right of the search bar.
Once clicked, a modal (like what’s on the selected PACE™ warehouse) is displayed on the active page.
In the top right corner of the extension popup, there is a gear icon. Clicking the icon displays the extension settings.
Clicking “View Profile” displays the account profile information in a new tab. Clicking “Log Out” logs the user out of the PACE™ site and the extension.
Once logged in and the extension popup is visible, locate the shopping cart icon in the top left of the popup window. Once clicked, a new tab will be created that displays the user’s orders.
Make sure that the extension is logged out of any warehouse and open the popup. Next, type “test.” Doing so should list the Dev, Staging, and Production sites.
To search the warehouse catalog in the browser search bar:
Here is what it looks like in Chrome:
Here is what it should look like in Firefox:
When searching for parts on any major search engine, the PACE™ Catalog Extension will display any matching part numbers in the search results.
If the part is in stock, an “Instant Order” button will appear. When clicked, the part will be added to a new order and a new tab will open that displays the order and an option to submit it.