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Chrome Releases Next-Generation Automotive Applications Platform

August 17, 2001

Chrome Systems Corp., provider of automotive data, configuration technology and commerce solutions, released AutoBuilder 2.0, Chrome’s enterprise development platform that assists businesses in developing automotive applications.This next generation of Chrome’s set of application programming interfaces (APIs) aims to make it easy and cost-effective for system integrators, auto manufacturers, fleet companies, and Internet portals to develop new automotive applications or integrate vehicle pricing, configuration, comparison, ordering, LTO and BTO systems into existing applications, with the client’s desired user interface.In addition, a set of APIs, collectively called AutoPorter, allows designers to locate specific vehicles in multiple networks of inventory, including the ability to specify which inventories are searched in what order and the ability to search for vehicles at the option-code level.
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