Creating turn-key value for customers.
About this product:
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.
About this product:
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.
symposium focused on eCommerce and business technology in the vehicle
aftermarket, the first Virtual Aftermarket eForum will be conducted completely
on the web, Wednesday, September 30.
The SEMA Business Technology Committee exists to help SEMA members make
the right technology decisions. The idea is to focus on expanding
selling opportunities and cut costs through the use of standards and
the right technologies for SEMA businesses.
The SEMA Business Technology Committee exists to help SEMA members make the right technology decisions. The idea is to focus on expanding selling opportunities and cut costs through the use of standards, and the right technologies for SEMA businesses.
This web page was designed to help you do just that!
Don’t miss this once a year opportunity to meet face-to-face with SEMA executive staff and leaders from SEMA Member companies and discuss the future outlook of our industry.
SEMA’s Business Technology Committee (BTC) has completed Phase II of its Data Pool Pilot Program, which involves SEMA manufacturers and their warehouse distributor trading partners. The findings confirm that non-standardized and vital missing product data between suppliers and distributors results in lost sales opportunities, ordering delays, excess inventory and expensive order-processing errors.