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Taking Back Control of the Automotive Supply Chain

Tracking down the exact whereabouts of vehicle parts in transit from a supplier can be difficult, especially when the supply chain is global in scale, notes Scott Conover, automotive segment leader for Infor’s GT Nexus unit.

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Tracking down the exact whereabouts of vehicle parts in transit from a supplier can be difficult, especially when the supply chain is global in scale.

Infor GT Nexus’ solution is a cloud-based “community” that centralizes critical data, puts disruptions into context and makes them immediately available to all stakeholders.

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