CRP Automotive Recognized By National Catalog Managers Association For Electronic Data Excellence

CRP Automotive Recognized By National Catalog Managers Association For Electronic Data Excellence

Award presented for "Best Example" of automotive cataloging.

CRANBURY, N.J. – The National Catalog Managers Association (NCMA) recently recognized CRP Automotive for its excellent work in automotive cataloging. CRP was presented with the Best-in-Class NCMA President’s Award for Electronic Data Excellence for 2013-’14, at the most recent NCMA Knowledge Exchange in Chandler, Ariz. CRP Automotive was nominated for this award by Epicor, a leading retail software manufacturer.
(From left to right): Bill Evans, CRP Automotive catalog database manager, and Joe Zippo, catalog coordinator, accepted the NCMA President’s Awards for Electronic Data Excellence on behalf of CRP Automotive.The NCMA Knowledge Exchange offers leading data receivers the opportunity to recognize a single supplier as the best example of electronic management and distribution practices in electronic cataloging and product information. More than 50 submissions were evaluated by the judges against established criteria.
The award announcement was made by Daniel Schildge, president of CRP Industries, who noted, “It’s an honor to be recognized by both Epicor and the NCMA for our cataloging efforts. This award validates the process improvements that we have enacted within our cataloging activities and is a tribute to the dedication and hard work of our entire catalog team.”
Bill Evans, CRP Catalog Database Manager, and Joe Zippo, Catalog Coordinator, accepted the award on behalf of CRP Automotive.

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