SEMA News—November 2015


By Jon Wyly

Confused About Product Data Management?

Get the Facts at the SEMA Data Co-op Booth #20579
Visit the SEMA Data Co-op staff in booth #20579, located in the Central Hall, just behind the Ford display in the raised meeting room, to get a full demonstration of its systems or answers to your questions.

Since the inception of the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) in 2012, more than 400 product brands representing more than 4 million parts have joined what is now the industry’s largest specialty parts product data repository. The SDC is designed to enable any company, no matter how small or large, to effectively manage and distribute its product data at the lowest possible cost, and the SDC’s expert staff will coach you all the way through the process.

You can learn more at the 2015 SEMA Show by visiting the SDC’s booth. Located in the Central Hall, the SDC is just behind the Ford display in the raised meeting room, booth #20579. Simply follow the signs, go up the stairs, and meet with a member of the SDC team to get whatever help you need, from a full demonstration of its systems to specific answers to your individual questions. And while you are there, ask for a demo of the newly launched SEMA Search, the online electronic catalog powered by the SEMA Data Co-op.

In addition to the main booth, the SDC will have data experts at SEMA Central in the Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center. They’ll be demonstrating SEMA Search and answering questions about product data management with the SDC’s exclusive online tools and live support team.

Interested in learning tips, tricks and insights into the industry’s data standards? The SDC is also hosting educational sessions for both introductory and advanced ACES and PIES on Monday of Show week, so whether you’re a data nerd or just want to get up to speed so that you can better understand data details, join the SDC for a session or two and sharpen you skills!

Show week is the perfect time to get all your questions answered about product data management at the SDC booth. No hard sell, no mysterious “you don’t need to know” presentations—just good, solid data management best practices backed by state-of-the-art tools, expert technical support and the stability of the industry’s association.

To learn more about how you can take control of your product data and manage it at the lowest possible cost, contact SEMA Data Co-op Director of Membership Jim Graven at or 888-958-6698 x4.

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