RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. Brent Windom, Uni-Select’s senior vice president, sales and marketing USA, will present the Customer Spotlight at the Fall Conference of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) Technology Council (ATC) on Tuesday, Oct. 16, in Marco Island, Fla.
“Uni-Select is looking forward to presenting to and networking with the supplier community at the ATC Fall Conference,” said Windom. “The networking is extremely valuable to us and to our suppliers because we view technology and e-commerce as essential elements of our going-forward strategy. Sharing information and connecting successfully with our suppliers helps us sell more of their parts.”
“The Customer Spotlight is one of the most-anticipated sessions during the ATC’s annual event. Brent has presented previously and is one of the highest-rated speakers from past conferences,” said Chris Gardner, AASA vice president. “He will discuss Uni-Select’s view of technology in the aftermarket, its future role and the distributor’s planned e-commerce projects. This will enable suppliers to better understand how to service and grow business with this leading channel partner.”
The ATC Fall Conference 2012 is set for Sunday, Oct. 14, through Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Marco Island Marriott, Marco Island, Fla. This year’s event is focused on the theme “Intersection of Business & Technology.”
“The annual ATC Fall Conference is the only event in our industry focused on the needs of aftermarket supplier technology professionals and their channel partners,” Gardner added. “Brent’s presentation and the information-packed agenda makes this year’s event a ‘must attend’ to benefit from the technology dialogue among channel partners.”
The event is designed for professionals working at automotive aftermarket suppliers responsible for their company’s customer service, business support, e-commerce, information services, cataloging, forecasting, supply chain, EDI, IT/IS and Web services.
For the full agenda, a complete list of speakers and registration information, click here.