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Aftermarket eForum Breakout Sessions to Deliver Strategies and Solutions

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Three breakout sessions will deliver strategies and solutions on day two of the 2013 Aftermarket eForum, May 22-23, at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont, Ill., the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) announced.

Each 90-minute session will be presented by a team of subject matter experts and repeated to allow attendees the most opportunity to discover new strategies and solutions, including “The ROI of B2B E-Commerce,” “Drafting Your Telematics Roadmap” and  “Tackling the Supply Chain Gorilla.”

Joe Register, president, Prescient Technologies, will facilitate the B2B E-Commerce session; Fred Blumer, president and CEO, Vehcon and co-founder, Hughes Telematics, will guide the discussion of telematics game plans; and Rod Bayless, product director, Epicor Software, will lead the discovery of how to tackle supply chain inefficiency.

The Aftermarket eForum agenda offers a concentrated dose of keynote speakers and industry influencers on day one, followed by the thought-provoking breakout sessions on day two. eForum immediately follows the Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium (GAAS) and offers the opportunity to attend two important industry events with a single flight and hotel stay. Discounts are available for combined registration.

The complete agenda and registration information is available at www.aftermarket.org/eforum.

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