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Get a Live Demonstration of the SEMA Data Co-op in Action

Are you ready for the selling season? Would you like to boost your profits and expand your market reach? Standards-compliant data is easily sharable, and the time to start is now! Led by Jim Graven, SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) director of membership, webinar participants will learn how the SDC program works through a presentation and live demonstration of their system.

Reach More Shelves With Better Product Data: SEMA Data Co-op

Are you ready for the selling season? Would you like to boost your profits and expand your market reach? Standards compliant data is easily sharable, and the time to start is now! Led by Jim Graven, SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) director of membership, webinar participants will learn how the SDC program works through a presentation and live demonstration of their system.

Fuel Your Sales With Better Product Data—An Introduction to the SEMA Data Co-op

Are you ready for the selling season? Would you like to boost your profits and expand your market reach? Standards compliant data is easily sharable, and the time to start is now! Led by Jim Graven, SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) director of membership, webinar participants will learn how the SDC program works through a presentation and live demonstration of their system.

Product Data Updates—A Critical Element of Sales Success

With all the activity ramping up for the spring selling season, suppliers must not forget to diligently update their product information (including new-product releases and pricing updates) in the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) Product Information Management System (PIMS).

Are You Really “Too Busy” to Improve Your Business?

Believe it or not, one of the most common excuses for business people to put off change is to simply declare, “We’re too busy.” Too busy to hire more help, too busy to evaluate internal systems, too busy to change a simple process that will pay for itself many times over.If you are part of the “too busy” crowd, it’s time to stop and take a breath. Spend some time looking around the company, listen to feedback from the folks who are actually doing the work, then take some sort of positive step forward to implement bits of efficiency, no matter how small.
SEMA News—July 2015

SEMA DATA CO-OP

Data and the MRN

The Manufacturers’ Representative Network (MRN) has continued to collaborate with the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) to provide valuable and user-friendly benefits to reps. Over the past few months, several exciting projects have received attention. Here is an update for MRN members.

SEMA Member News—July/August 2015

Data and the MRN

SEMA Data Co-op Reaches 1,000 Member Milestone

The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) recently announced the addition of its 1,000th member, now featuring over 385 Supplier brands and over 620 data Receivers registered in the system.

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May 20, 2015

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First Steps for New Members: Free Tools to Help You Save and Grow

Attendees of the 2014 SEMA Show experienced the association’s membership offerings firsthand at SEMA Central, with many even joining on-site. A common question from these new members was “Now what?” Figuring out how to gain the most from association membership can be tricky at first, but there are a few easy ways to get started and a team of people eager to help. Whatever the niche and scope of a company, these instruments can accelerate your business for no added cost.
SEMA Member News—January/February 2015

First Steps for New Members: Free Tools to Help You Save and G

Clearing the Air on Product Data Management

Questions From Your Industry PeersBack in July, my team and I had the opportunity to meet with the SEMA council leadership at its annual Council Summit in Pomona. We were invited to join the meeting to talk about the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) and get feedback from this diverse gathering. What was particularly fascinating was that this group—made up of smart folks who do a great job of running their businesses—had widely varying understandings (and thus opinions) about product data management. After an hour of very productive discussion, the entire room merged onto the same page, and we came away with a group that was better able to relate product data management to their individual businesses while helping us at the SDC to realize that a lot of hand-to-hand education still needs to happen.
SEMA News—October 2014

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

SEMA DATA CO-OP

Are you Setting the Bar or Doing the Bare Minimum?Chotchkie’s Manager: We need to talk about your product data.Joanna: Really? I have 15 fields….Chotchkie’s Manager: Well, okay. Fifteen is the minimum, okay?Joanna: Okay.Chotchkie’s Manager: Now, you know it’s up to you whether or not you want to just do the bare minimum. Or, well, like your competitor, for example, has 37 data fields, okay? And great digital assets, too.
SEMA News—August 2014

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

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