2011 Virtual Aftermarket eForum

Jan. 1, 2020
The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) announced that registration for the Virtual Aftermarket eForum£ is open and posted an impressive line-up of speakers. Now in its tenth year, the eForum is produced as a virtual Web conferen
The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) announced that registration for the Virtual Aftermarket eForum£ is open and posted an impressive line-up of speakers. Now in its tenth year, the eForum is produced as a virtual Web conference with live content and networking on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011.

The early-bird registration fee of $95 gives attendees unlimited access to view the keynote Webcasts; browse the virtual trade show; participate in chats and discussions; and download content from the extensive resource library for a full 90 days.

The Aftermarket eForum£ is the trusted event to present technology issues and solutions to business people in the automotive aftermarket. And the line-up of speakers below is sure to help you think, plan and act on the information you take away from the conference.

Daryl Plummer
Chief Gartner Fellow, Gartner Research
Top Technology Predictions for 2011 and Beyond

Richard Sherman
Director of North America, Supply Chain Council
Optimizing Supply Chain Performance in the Vehicle Aftermarket

Colin Masson
World Wide Director Operations Solution Category Microsoft Corporation
How Cloud Computing is Remaking Aftermarket Distribution

Tom Marx
President & CEO, The Marx Group
Content is King in a Web Marketing Strategy for Top Line Growth

Rod Bayless
Product Director, Activant Solutions
Data Warehousing - Turning Information Into Intelligence

 

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"The 2011 Virtual Aftermarket eForum£ is designed to offer insights into the major technology and e-business challenges facing our industry," said Scott Luckett, vice president, technology standards, AAIA. "Cloud Computing, Web Marketing, Data Warehousing and Supply Chain Optimization are topics that impact and potentially benefit every business and technology executive in the aftermarket."

The Aftermarket eForum£ is produced by AAIA to enable decision-makers to learn about the technology solutions that can improve their business performance. As a virtual event, the eForum allows attendees to enjoy all the benefits without the time and expense of traveling to a face-to-face event.

To learn more about the agenda and reserve a seat online, visit www.aftermarket.org/eforum .