Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue (HDAD), hosted by MEMA and MacKay & Co., opens up Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week.
With more of our physical world now connected to the internet, many of our devices (cars too) send and receive data.
More collision repair facilities are getting paid for the labor to erase personal data for a customer whose vehicle has been declared a total loss.
Company says customers will benefit from real-time analytics and insights to drive high-impact, fact-based decisions.
Three new economic and industry indicators have been added to bring additional insight to automotive aftermarket businesses.
Analysis of North American auto parts websites showed an unprecedented surge in online sales during the pandemic.
With this new addition, there are more than 930 supplier brands in OptiCat’s secure data repository for use by supplier-approved data receiver channel partners.
The SEMA Data Co-op is dropping “Co-op” from its name to better reflect the growth in services and industry needs.
The Auto Care Association has partnered with Arity to bring members even more data, even faster.
New updates bring new features, product performance data and business-friendly pricing.
The Coalition for Safe and Secure Data (CSSD) reached out to aftermarketNews.com following the news coverage Thursday about an updated version of the Massachusetts Right to Repair bill heading to the ballot.
The Demand Index is housed within Auto Care Association’s all-new platform for interactive data, the Auto Care TrendLens.