Free Product Data Exports Available to SEMA Members

SEMA News—February 2014

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Free Product Data Exports Available to SEMA Members

 

Experts from the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) provided attendees at the 2013 SEMA Show with an in-depth look at the product-data-management program. SEMA-member companies that are resellers or distributors may obtain an unlimited number of data exports for free through the SDC.
Experts from the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) provided attendees at the 2013 SEMA Show with an in-depth look at the product-data-management program. SEMA-member companies that are resellers or distributors may obtain an unlimited number of data exports for free through the SDC.  

   

SEMA-member companies that are resellers or distributors may obtain an unlimited number of product data exports from the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) at absolutely no cost. The savings—available to any SEMA-member receiver in the SDC—totals $1,200 per year and is the newest incentive for members to join the SDC.

Launched in March 2012 with a beta test, the SDC is now a fully operational service that makes it possible for businesses to easily obtain valuable information about products from manufacturers. Information includes weights and measures, accurate descriptions, current pricing, UPCs, images, other digital assets and more. Details also include rich vehicle-application data and year/make/model look-ups.

The SEMA Data Co-op is an industry-owned and industry-operated initiative designed to bring full product-data-management capabilities to participating suppliers and to deliver clean, customized data exports to receivers at the lowest possible cost.

To learn more about the SDC program, visit www.semadatacoop.org, contact Jim Graven at jimg@semadatacoop.org or call 888-958-6698 x4.

Experts from the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) provided attendees at the 2013 SEMA Show with an in-depth look at the product-data-management program. SEMA-member companies that are resellers or distributors may obtain an unlimited number of data exports for free through the SDC.

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