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When we created Mypafway we knew we were building much more than a website.  We were building an icon on automotive soul, a celebration of sheer victory. Web based technologies helped save the aftermarket money by sourcing hard-to-find parts, kept inventory from landing in the wrong place at the wrong time and streamlining international operations.  It has also led to price reductions for consumers.  

1.    Low barriers of communication would allow potential leads
2.    Vendors can share experiences and promote their products through the Search Engine and Blog (example, latest research technology
3.    Easy access to access credible information through the Search Engine  
4.    Enable businesses to register online, manage inventory, payments, and orders through Mypafway's Client (SAAS, Software As A Service)

Check out Mypafway's Beta website and tell us what you think. The Search Functionality will not work for obvious reasons. 

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