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Aftermarket eForum Early Bird Registration Deadline Extended

The early bird registration deadline for the 2006 Aftermarket eForum has been extended until Friday, June 16. The early-bird registration fee for AAIA, AIA of Canada, AWDA, MEMA and SEMA members is $695 and $895 for non-member firms. The 2006 Aftermarket eForum will be held July 17-19, at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Chicago. This year’s event will include two half-day sessions and one full day of speaker and panel presentations. It will also feature table-top exhibits from the industry’s leading providers of e-commerce and supply chain solutions.

Aftermarket eForum Early-Bird Registration Deadline Extended

The Early Bird registration deadline for the Aftermarket eForum, which will take place on Monday, Aug. 2, through Wednesday, Aug. 4 in Chicago has been extended to Wednesday, June 30. The eForum agenda includes presentations on data warehousing, product data synchronization; e-commerce for small business; modern shop technology; paperless warehouse operation, forecasting and inventory planning, plus much more.

BETHESDA, MD — The early bird registration deadline for the 2006 Aftermarket eForum has been extended until Friday, June 16. The early-bird registration fee for AAIA, AIA of Canada, AWDA, MEMA and SEMA members is $695 and $895 for non-member firms.

The 2006 Aftermarket eForum will be held July 17-19, at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Chicago. This year’s event will include two half-day sessions and one full day of speaker and panel presentations. It will also feature table-top exhibits from the industry’s leading providers of e-commerce and supply chain solutions.

The event is sponsored by Activant Solutions, Autologue, IBM and Pricedex Software.

Visit aftermarketeforum.com to download a registration form or brochure or contact AAIA at 301-654-6664 or e-mail [email protected] .

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — The Early Bird registration deadline for the Aftermarket eForum, which will take place on Monday, Aug. 2, through Wednesday, Aug. 4 in Chicago has been extended to Wednesday, June 30.

AASA and its parent association MEMA are partners in presenting the event, which will feature the aftermarket’s leaders in information technology who will share their accomplishments and vision in this important area. AASA and MEMA members can save $200 by registering for the Aftermarket eForum by June 30.

The eForum agenda includes presentations on data warehousing, product data synchronization; e-commerce for small business; modern shop technology; paperless warehouse operation, forecasting and inventory planning, plus much more. The eForum agenda is designed for business people and is not a “techie” conference. Everyone – manufacturers, distributors, retailers and retail service providers – will find useful take-aways at the eForum.

The complete eForum agenda and register are online at: www.aftermarket.org.

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