During a recent radio interview on SAP Game Changers, three experts discussed the value of moving assets within a company. Larry Stolle, Bill Powell, and Joe Barkai focused on the role moving assets within a company. Each moving asset plays a key role in accomplishing specific goals and tasks. Thus, a company must understand the ways a fleet of vehicles or specific equipment benefits the business.
The automotive industry is experiencing one of its most challenging times ever. Facing intense competition, altering demand, new mobility trends, complex supply chains and changing customer expectations. Today’s industry players are challenged by ubiquitous disruptions to become leading digital enterprises of the future. There is a growing need to learn fast how to turn disruption into opportunities: A McKinsey Study recently found out that by 2020, global profits for automotive OEMs are expected to rise by almost 50 percent and overall, the global automotive industry is in better shape than it was five years ago
The automotive industry is undergoing the most significant change in its 100 plus year history. It is being impacted from all sides and indeed from within. Technology enables tremendous possibilities, expectations are continuously being driven from outside the industry and new players, specifically technology companies, are making their presence felt. In short, the automotive industry is transforming and evolving its customer interactions and services, its interactions with its data and its interactions with its assets.
It is crucially important to hear expertise and solutions from your peers as they capitalize on this transformation and explore ways to drive success with new technology and digital innovations. Best Practices for Automotive is the “go-to” event that brings together over 400 innovative automotive professionals from across the world. Join your peers from all sectors of the industry, including OEM/Manufacturers, Suppliers and Sales and Service Organizations to embrace fresh ideas, innovative solutions and thought provoking insights to re-imagine business and to improve business performance.
Mike Czach – Global Strategy & Planning Manager, Ford Motor Company
Todd Alexander – Product Design Engineer, Ford Motor Company
John Russ – Global Inventory Planning Strategy Manager, Ford Motor Company
Kathy Seifarth – Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLCContinue reading