SEMA DATA CO-OP VIDEO LIBRARY
The SEMA Data Co-op video library provides educational resources that offer instruction in our industry’s data standards. This material was developed to introduce new users to the industry standards and refine the knowledge of seasoned data experts. Whatever your level of expertise, you will find valuable content here.
Shawn Gibson Talks About How Data Drives E-commerce
Vice President of Gibson Performance, Shawn Gibson talks with SEMA News about his experience using SEMA Data Co-op to help manage product data for over 4,000 SKUs.
Liquid Glow Talks About Using SEMA Data Co-op To Find Customers
Richard Kratz President and CEO of Liquid Glow talks with SEMA News about using the tools in SEMA Data Co-op to help secure new business.
The starting point for someone interested in learning about where to start when considering standardizing their company data.Discover resources available to help you and your team identify what data should be standardized and determine the best methods to do so.
Data Completeness & Data Quality
A great introduction to learning the differences in completeness and quality when it comes to data and how to have both. Learn where to focus your efforts to help your data receivers sell more parts and what SDC tools are available to help you succeed.
Introductory video about the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Standard, ACES. Learn what ACES is, including its databases and structure. Learn how applications are exchanged and components of an application.
Building on the introduction material from the ACES 101 video, this ACES 201 video is an in depth review of each of the components used to construct a valid ACES application.
ACES Rules, Pitfalls & Best Practices
Learn tips to avoid data errors and industry best practices for creating vehicle mappings.
Learn details about what qualifiers are and how to use qualifiers when mapping your vehicle application data.
An introduction to the PIES Automotive Aftermarket Industry Standard. Learn what PIES is and how it is structured into segments for electronically transmitting information about part numbers.
Building on the introduction material from the PIES 101 video, this PIES 201 video is an in depth review on looping segments, and how it presents in an XML file, how to read the 6.7 spec packet and how our Industry Standards evolve and get updated.
Learn details about what attributes are in the PIES standard, why they are important to your products, and the two types of attributes allowed in the standard.
Challenges Mapping Beyond YMM
Gain an understanding of some of the current challenges and solutions associated with mapping parts that have options and details that go beyond what the VCDB tables support today.
Challenges Mapping Not YMM Driven Applications
Gain an understanding of some of the current challenges and solutions associated with mapping parts that do not require a Year Make Model to fit a vehicle.
Challenges Mapping Universal Fit Applications
Gain an understanding of some of the current challenges and solutions associated with mapping parts that are considered universal fit and how there are three different types of universal fit items.
PIMS V2.0 Tour
Quick sampling of some of the new user-interface features and navigation in the SEMA Data Co-op’s PIMS system.
Hear the importance of maintaining a robust data set from a Platinum Supplier. Brian Murphy, the CEO of BBK Performance, talks about his company’s participation in the SEMA Data Co-op.
COMP Performance Group
Hear from Chris Douglas, COO and Kevin Martin, Product Data Manager, how the COMP Performance Group uses the SDC to communicate with their customers, and their transition from paper to electronic cataloging.
Data Platforms for Small Business | SEMA Biz Tip #33
Jim Graven, Senior Director of Membership, SEMA Data Co-op, provides confirmation that any business, large or small, owes it to their dealers, distributors, and resellers to provide great data.
How Much is a Picture Worth? | SEMA Biz Tip #26
Craig Schmutzler, VP of Operations, SEMA Data Co-op, gives his perspective on why images and videos are so necessary in today’s electronic commerce enabled world.