By SEMA Editors
The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) reports having met with more than 140 different companies in its booth at the Show last week.
In just its second year at the SEMA Show, and just a little more than 18 months since its founding, the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) reports having met with more than 140 different companies in its Show booth last week. Those meetings, described as "very productive" by SDC CEO Jon Wyly, resulted in approximately 40 new members with many other strong prospects expected to join by the first of the year.
"The meetings were just terrific," said Director of Membership Jim Graven, "and enthusiasm for our data management solutions was very high."
In addition, Bob Castle, the SDC's vice president of IT and eBusiness, reported that "not only has our technology solution (PIMS) gained many daily users, but we also received great feedback for future enhancements and features that will make the SDC the most comprehensive and easy-to-use data management solution available."
Founded in March 2012, the SEMA Data Co-op is industry owned and operated, serving the product data management needs of the SEMA marketplace with outstanding online tools, a centralized data repository and top-quality assistance from top data experts.
For more information or to join the SDC as a supplier or receiver of product data, contact Jim Graven at 888-958-6698 ext. 4 or via e-mail at JimG@SemaDataCoop.org.