EY: Changing Lanes 2015-2016
EY's third annual survey of auto industry executives identifies five concerns through 2016.
EY's third annual survey of auto industry executives identifies five concerns through 2016. This 16-page summary highlights key issues related to navigating volatility, enhancing the value proposition, gaining competitive advantage, improving operational efficiency and securing access to resources.
Randall Miller, EY's Global Automotive and Transportation Sector Leader, says this year's survey results suggest the industry's leadership should focus on these steps:
Prepare for continued volatility
Move faster to leverage the convergence of connectivity, mobility and IT security
Refresh the dealer and sales experience to drive brand loyalty
Accelerate adoption of analytics and data management tools that can drive operational efficiencies
Develop a talent agenda to secure and deliver a competitive advantage
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