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ATC Spring Meeting to Address How Suppliers Can Help the Repair Community Service ADAS

Date: February 28, 2019

Chris Chesney, senior director, customer training, of the CARQUEST Technical Institute and Ben Johnson, director, product management, Mitchell1 will be joined by a Detroit-area shop owner for a panel discussion at the AASA Technology Council (ATC) Spring Meeting on Thursday, April 4.  The panel will explore what suppliers can do to help the repair community service vehicles with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS),. Business intelligence (BI) tools and techniques are enabling managers to understand what is happening, what is going to happen and how to make intelligent decisions – and now they are being fed by the Internet of Things (IoT).

The ATC Spring Meeting, located at The Henry the day after the AASA Vision Conference, will also feature John Waraniak, vice president, vehicle technology for the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA), addressing the future vehicle technologies that will impact the aftermarket.

The agenda also will include:

  • “PIES and the Heavy-Duty Product Data Standard” -- Jeff Marshall, director of business development, Pricedex Software
  • “Digitizing Your Data: Preparing for Trade and Market Condition Changes” -- Ram Chandrasekar, founder and CEO, PhaseZero Ventures

ATC Spring Meeting sponsors to date are Pricedex Software and Gates Corp. Registration for the ATC meeting is here. More information about the ATC is available here or by contacting Chris Gardner.

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