WAYNE, Pa. – AD hosted its first annual multi-divisional e-commerce summit in Dallas from January 23–25, 2017. More than 230 e-commerce leaders within 140 AD member organizations were in attendance.
The goal of the AD eCommerce Summit was to help the AD Independent Distributors build comprehensive e-commerce strategies from financial models, to staff implications, to marketing plans. The two day event included keynote speakers, AD member panel discussions and more than100 one-on-one, “Ask the Expert” sessions led by 15 e-commerce subject matter experts. The summit content was determined and prioritized by the AD e-content subscribers, and aimed to provide attendees and sponsors with an opportunity to learn, network and take away practical actions.
Bill Weisberg, AD’s Chairman and CEO, addressed attendees during the opening session, “AD is utilizing our multi-industry scale to lower our Members’ costs and speed their time to market. Our collaboration, as a seven industry group, is what makes this possible. Our Member’s need great content, reasonably priced platforms and real-world expertise, and that’s what we are delivering.”
Koltin Stratiner, Corporate Project Development for Puget Sound Pipe and Supply says, “With how busy our daily schedules are, being able to spend an entire day focusing on this issue led to the most progress on eCommerce solutions that we have had to date.”
Grant Movold, Systems/IT Manager for Marks Supply adds, “Absolutely every aspect of the experience was great. It was very synergistic to be at a conference with 3 of our important business partners: AD, Unilog and Epicor.”
The event was sponsored by the AD eCommerce Strategic Partners: B2X Partners, Unilog, Epicor and IDEA.
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