Autodata’s earliest origins are in a translation agency called Intereurope, founded in 1962.
Through a management buyout, Autodata Ltd. is established in Maidenhead (United Kingdom), publishing vehicle manuals for trade, workshops and DIY manuals for car enthusiasts.
The first electronic product is launched, supplying workshops with technical information in disk format.
Autodata Australia is founded to cater for an increased level of operations in Australia & New Zealand.
The first online product is launched to accommodate the changing structure of modern workshops.
Autodata Germany is founded with a new office and workforce, based in Stuttgart.
Autodata France is launched to support the growing number of workshops across Europe that are using Autodata.
The API product is launched, providing a powerful platform for partners to integrate Autodata’s wealth of technical information into their own applications and solutions.
The new online web application is launched, kicking off a new era of product innovation and advancement for the company.
Autodata acquires SFTA, a technical solution provider and major distributor in France, to provide direct support for French customers.
A major migration project upgrades 100% of customers worldwide over to the new online Autodata, replacing all older online and CD versions.
Autodata acquires Autodata Oy Nordic, a longstanding official distributor in Finland and the Baltic countries.
Autodata for Motorcycles is launched online. The world’s first online multi-manufacturer technical information application for motorcycles, it reflects the growing need for accurate technical information in this part of the industry.
Autodata becomes a part of the Solera Group family, providing exciting new possibilities for further innovation and product enhancements.
Autodata for Motorcycles is now available in 17 languages, putting it on the same level as the cars and vans product.
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