“Turning on the Data Spigot,” featuring representatives from AutoZone, O’Reilly Auto, and CARQUEST, will discuss how to simplify and quicken the flow of data from suppliers to channel partners. This will be one of the key presentations at the 2009 MEMA Information Services Council Fall Conference, October 11-13 on Marco Island, Fla.
Aftermarket professionals who utilize technology are urged to attend this Conference, including those whose responsibilities involve customer service, business support, e-commerce, information services, cataloging, forecasting, and supply chain. Also during the conference, Brad Duncan, CEO of MindQuest, will discuss the new OptiCat e-catalog application that will be owned by the industry and driven by suppliers. (SB)