The Preferred Provider Directory was designed to give NAED distributor and manufacturer members quick and easy access to the broad range of technology products and services they need in order to succeed in today’s highly digitized and competitive market.
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Refers to the procedural and technical infrastructure that collects, stores, and analyzes data related to a business.
Ensures information is created in a suitable format to allow informed decisions throughout the design construction and operation of built assets.
An organization outside of the company hired to evaluate company practices, processes, or systems to offer recommendations for improvement.
A workflow management solution that supports a construction project with better visibility, including material planning, inventory, order tracking, stock, and deliveries.
A process and/or system a business administers to record customer interactions and provide analysis with the collected data.
A service in which companies collect and provide continuous improvement data to clients or customers; cloud-based software tools used for working with data.
Systems, platforms, or processes to integrate and optimize data to support a variety of business operations and services.
Combines data residing on different sources to provide a unified view.
Buying and selling of goods over the internet.
A business function focused on the management of cash, expenses, profitability, and compliance.
A business function focused on commercial vehicles to help ensure they are running on time, safely, efficiently, and within budget.
A set of processes, guidelines, or milestones to ensure that information is accurate, adheres to standards, and follows protocols. Pertains to any number of business functions such as project management, data governance, etc.
A means to protect from loss.
Physical objects with sensors, processing ability, software ad other technologies that connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the internet. Data streams and analysis from IoT products can be incorporated into services such as DaaS or PaaS.
The action of promoting a business, services, or products.
A combination of products that are accompanied by services, and may include ongoing interactions with customers, exchange of products on a regular basis, or renewable subscriptions.
Product details and imagery to describe its offerings, including name, dimensions, and other attributes.
A set of processes used to evaluate, identify, store, manage, and distribute product data or information.
Applications or workflows to meet specific objectives according to the scope of the project.
The employees responsible for bringing in revenue by selling products and services.
The coordination of activities related to the production and flow of goods or services (such as sourcing, procurement, purchasing, or shipping).
The strategies that are designed to attract, develop, retain and use employees with the necessary skills and aptitude to meet a business’ current and future needs.
When a supplier of goods, usually the manufacturer, is responsible for optimizing the inventory held by a distributor.
The activities and systems involved in running the operations of a warehouse or distribution center (includes 3PL, inventory management, materials management, fulfillment, automation, and safety).