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Finding Capital for Suppliers

Suppliers face more challenges than ever in today’s fast-pace and ever-shifting automotive markets. But where can companies find the capital they need to cope?

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Suppliers face more challenges than ever in today’s fast-pace and ever-shifting automotive markets. But where can companies find the capital they need to cope?

One option is to move IT operations to the cloud, suggests Jeff Nedwick, Infor’s senior director of automotive industry and solution strategy. He contends that building an IT infrastructure isn’t—and perhaps shouldn’t be—a top priority.

Moving to the cloud turns IT into an operating expense and frees up investment funds for product development. Nedwick points out that cloud-based IT solutions also make it far easier to keep software current and get new facilities up and running quickly.

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