How to Attract Young Talent
Carmakers want to attract smart young talent. But it can be a challenge if new hires must struggle with aging software, outdated monitors and non-intuitive interfaces, says Infor's Jeff Nedwick.
Carmakers want to attract smart young talent. But it can be a challenge if you expect new hires to struggle with aging software, outdated monitors and non-intuitive interfaces, says Jeff Nedwick, director of Industry & Solution Strategy—Automotive at Infor.
As a management software provider, a major Infor mission is to provide customers with what Nedwick describes as a “beautiful user experience.” That includes replacing cryptic “hot” keys and multiple screens with an integrated interface that embeds text messaging, alerts, analysis, role-based work interfaces and more.
Infor keeps its management software products current and user-friendly with its innovative Hook and Loop subsidiary in New York City.
It’s the fifth generation of a vehicle that has been increasing in sales year after year since its introduction in 1997.
Dan Nicholson is vice president of General Motors Global Propulsion Systems, the organization that had been “GM Powertrain” for 24 years.
Chinese electric-car startup Nio Inc. is forming a manufacturing joint venture with Beijing E-Town International Investment and Development Co., which is investing 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) in the business.