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SEMA News - September 2009

By Annie Kang

Do You Really Have “Good” Product Data?

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Just because a company has a highly detailed Excel spreadsheet that provides two dozen fields jammed with product data doesn’t mean that it has good data. Data is simply information. Good data is the appropriate information provided in correct formats.

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“We Really Want to Sell Your Products, But Your Data Won’t Let Us.”

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About seven or eight months ago, a successful retail chain with a 20-year, 10-location brick-and-mortar history decided that it was time it competed on the web with a full e-commerce solution. The chain identified 200 product lines as mission critical for the launch of the site and set out to gather the necessary data.

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Five Basic Data Rules You Must Follow Today

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The list contained in this article should be used as a very basic litmus test as to the usefulness of your electronic product information. Correcting or addressing all of these issues does not equal standards compliance, but it will serve to get you headed in the right direction and redirect your overall thinking and strategy.

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Correlating Service to Customer Wants and Needs - Jobber

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September 13, 2007 - Presented by Gary Naples of Freelance Associates, Inc.

Good customer care is critical to having a profitable business. Develop a winning tactic that will create one-time buyers into repeat customers, and repeat customers into loyal advocates of your business. 

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How Resale Price Restraints and Minimum Advertised Price Programs can Help or Hurt Your Business

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Thursday February 21, 2008 at 10 A.M. (PST) - Presenter, Barbara T. Sicalides , Pepper Hamilton, LLP

Save time and money for your retail parts business!  Participate in Barbara Sicalides’ expert webinar that focuses on recent developments on antitrust laws.  Changes are focused on minimum advertised pricing (MAP) programs and other pricing issues, many of which could have a significant impact on your retail sales.  The US Supreme Court recently decided to overturn 100 years of case law related to agreements to set minimum retail or resale prices.  Learn from the pros about set minimum retail prices and how the developments can impact your future retail parts sales. 

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