SEMA Data Co-op (SDC)

Don’t Miss the SDC at the SEMA Show!

SDCSince the inception of the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) in 2012, more than 520 product brands representing more than 4.5 million parts have joined what is now the industry’s largest specialty parts product data repository. Designed to enable any company, no matter how small or large, to effectively manage and distribute its product data at the lowest possible cost, the SDC has an expert staff that will coach you all the way through the process.

SEMA Data Co-op Launches First-Ever Upgrade to Member Dashboard

DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Oct. 24, 2017) -- The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) is launching the first system upgrade to its dashboard since the program unveiled in 2012, giving users greater flexibility and ownership in the management and distribution of their data than ever before. The new dashboard will debut at the 2017 SEMA Show on Tuesday, October 31, where industry professional at the annual trade show will have the first opportunity to experience how the PIMS 2.0 system helps manage data and contributes to increased sales.

Directory of Data Innovators

SDC LogoThe 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.

Is Your Data Missing Pieces? Let Us Help You Complete the Puzzle

SDCHow many times have you received a product and opened the package only to find that a key component or two was missing? Maybe it was a fastener. Perhaps it was the instructions. It could be you didn’t even realize anything was missing until well into the assembly process. The result was likely a trip to the store for a replacement, a phone call to the manufacturer, or an attempt to simply make it work. Frustrating.

Can't Never Did Nothing

SDCI cannot begin to count how many times I heard this phrase when I was growing up. My dad was a mechanic who worked incredibly hard for every dollar he earned. He always smelled like a garage (not a bad thing) and frequently had to work on his own car or home after a long day of work or over a well-deserved weekend.


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