A new series of short video tutorials covers how to use the SEMA Data Co-op’s Product Information Management System 2.0.
SEMA Data Co-op (SDC)
Enroll now, as the deadline is July 13.
January has long since come and gone, and a good number of resolutions with it. One of the more popular resolutions (and a quick one to fall) is improved health and fitness. A colleague of mine, who is a self-professed gym rat, provided me with an interesting comparison of gyms to services like those offered by the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC).
The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) is offering $10,000 in marketing outreach to participating SDC suppliers exhibiting at the 2018 SEMA Show that achieve or maintain Platinum status prior to July 13.
The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) is offering companies that achieve or maintain SDC Platinum status $10,000 in marketing exposure at the 2018 SEMA Show.
The SDC’s free video library covers everything from how to begin the data standardization process through advanced training on the nuts and bolts of application data and product information.
I was on a business trip recently and found myself with a bit of downtime in the morning. I had a couple of hours before I needed to be anywhere, so I turned on the TV and immediately became immersed in a movie. When I made mention of the movie to a colleague, she asked if I had read the book. I had not. Nor will I. It isn’t that I don’t enjoy a good book; I simply enjoy a good movie more. While some might say that the preference of a movie over a book makes me a simpleton, I disagree.
The SEMA Data Co-op has become “data central” for hundreds of specialty parts brands, representing millions of part numbers, and tens of millions of vehicle applications. This directory is designed to guide data users to brands that have successfully undertaken the challenge to manage their product data, and to continue to expand reference as more brands are added to the SDC repository.
At the 2017 SEMA Show, the SDC rolled out a completely refreshed user interface. Members who received demonstrations at the Show saw a Product Information Management System (PIMS) that offers more functionality, features and information than ever before. Now, members log-in to their dashboard to view the status of their account at a glance, and review exports, data health, new members and more.
Incomplete product data is an all-too-common issue, causing frustration for consumers, grief for resellers, and lost sales for manufacturers.