Attendees of the 2015 Technology Conference presented by the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) will gain valuable insights about new and emerging technologies from top thought leaders and subject matter experts and will earn 1.2 CEU credits toward the automotive aftermarket professional (AAP) or master automotive aftermarket professional (MAAP) designation through Northwood University’s University of the Aftermarket.
The 2015 AASA Technology Conference, taking place from Sept. 20-22 in Clearwater Beach, Florida, also provides the opportunity to see firsthand the latest in technology for data management, marketing, product management, IT, e-commerce and forecasting in the aftermarket from the conference’s “Technology Partners.” This year, the Automotive Distribution Network (The Network) IT Forum will be held in conjunction with the conference as well.
Conference general session topics include:
- Predicting Part Performance in the Field
- Big Data and Predictive Analytics for the Aftermarket
- Augmented Reality will Change Repair Shops
The agenda also includes four tracks of breakout sessions: marketing technology, heavy-duty technology, business-to-business technology and information technology.
The conference’s Technology Partners include: Event premiere sponsor Pricedex Software Inc., Extend Performance, Frost & Sullivan, IHS Automotive, Corcentric, Experian, Autologue Computer Systems, Datalliance, Epicor, GCommerce, Hologram Industries, InterTrade, JNPSoft Inc., MAM Software, Opticat, Snap36, Stibo, WHI, ShowMetheParts.com/Vertical Development Inc., Solenium and TecAlliance.
Details about the AASA Technology Conference agenda, online registration and more information are available at the event’s website, aasatech.com.
For more information about the University of the Aftermarket and the AAP and MAAP designations, visit northwood.edu/aftermarket/.