The New Face of Competitiveness for Automotive Suppliers
Global vehicle output has been projected to double over the next 10 years, but this bounty is not divided equally.
Global vehicle output has been projected to double over the next 10 years, but this bounty is not divided equally. To succeed, carmakers and suppliers must address huge product, business and operational pressures.
This eight-page white paper from Infor discusses the challenges and their solutions. Among the topics are the cost of change, recalls, supply chain transparency and resilience. The report also explores the need for immediate access to a broad range of the enterprise's data to avoid disjointed business practices among departments and the organization's trading partners.
Infor says companies can meet today's hyper-competitive demands by enhancing visibility through its networks, gaining a better understanding of how product changes affect costs, treating each product change as a project, link data and disciplines to build knowledge and broadcasting and monitoring applications to ensure complete and instant change notifications.
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