Introducing “Inventory Analyst” by Aftermarket Analytics
April 8, 2018
In the past year, Aftermarket Analytics has been working hard to bring a new product to the Automotive Aftermarket. The new product, Inventory Analyst (IA), is a web service or software-as-a-service (SaaS) designed to provide an easy-to-use solution for part-level demand forecasting. Rather than trying to explain what that means I want to share with you a new video we’ve produced to demonstrate how the software works and how easy it is to use. This is less of an advertisement and more of an instructional/educational introduction to the software.
The video was produced by our new Director of Sales & Marketing, David Taylor. Take it away, David!
There will be more videos to come, so stay tuned.
I want to add that I couldn’t be more proud of my small team who made this happen. Shout out to Chris Harman who leads software development and Bobby Valentine who leads data science. I couldn’t hope for two better technology gurus and team leaders. Their overlapping teams include Michael DeGraw, Brian Hicks, Christian Bundy, Sean Fitzgerald, Yassin Bahid, Alex Marck and, before her recent retirement, Nancy Hamilton. I also want to thank David Taylor for leading our sales and marketing efforts (his work is just beginning) and Nicole Heyn who keeps all the administrative pieces of the puzzle together. Thank you all!
For several years we’ve been operating successfully as a custom software development and analytics solution provider. This represents our first effort to bring an industry solution to market so we need all the help, good vibes, karma and feedback we can get. If you have any feedback on this video, the software or how we might reach as many potential users as possible, please leave a comment here (or send me a private note using the Contact form below). If you know someone in the automotive world, especially in the automotive aftermarket, please share this with them so we can continue to learn, improve and provide extraordinary value.
Our mission is to build world-class software to help companies in the automotive aftermarket deploy inventory as efficiently as possible. In doing so, we hope to also make a very small dent in the aggregate consumption of energy and materials and take a very small step toward building a more sustainable economy.
Oh yeah, we also want to build a great company and create excellent jobs in our hometown of Pueblo, Colorado. We’re always looking for great people to join our team. Let me know if you think you might be able to help.
I want to know if
725 Maryland Ave, Pueblo, Co. 81004
is in the Superfund area and if it is has it been cleaned up yet.
According to this map, no, 725 Maryland is not in the Superfund area: https://semspub.epa.gov/work/08/100002612.pdf