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Mining the Gold in Distribution Data

Disruption and What You Can Do About It

Managing data in more effective ways can yield dramatic financial results.

Distributors can do so much more with their existing business data, but many are not aware of the tools at their disposal to analyze and execute on it. Or, they know the tools exist but aren’t sure how best to leverage them.

Managing data in more effective ways can yield dramatic financial results. Join MDM’s John Gunderson and Tom Gale in this free one-hour webcast, Thursday, Oct. 3, 1-2 p.m. EDT, as they outline the most common challenges and address ways to overcome them. Our discussion will combine MDM’s latest research on best practices in data management to help you strengthen your capabilities

Key Takeaways

  • How to empower employees who feel they can’t keep up with the latest technology 
  • Best methods to attack ongoing struggles with systems integration
  • Where to uncover easy-to-mine data that can yield big results




Modern Distribution Management

Tom Gale has been MDM’s lead researcher and industry analyst for more than 25 years on independent distribution channel trends, consolidation, technology and competitive landscape. He is a frequent speaker and moderator on these topics at company, marketing group and association meetings in North America and Europe.

About Our Guest

Tom Gale

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About Our Guest

John Gunderson

Modern Distribution Management
VP, Analytics & E-Business

John has held senior distribution leadership roles in analytics, marketing, e-business, category management, pricing and sales over a 20-year career across multiple distribution product sectors. He was previously Vice President of Marketing for EIS, an $800-million electrical and electronics distribution subsidiary of Genuine Parts Company.  

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