Consumers are switching gears and turn their focus from vehicle features to convenience and in-car experience. What will self-driving vehicles and the sharing economy mean for the auto industry value chain? Learn about the three imperatives that are shaping the auto industry.
A new digital solution helped a manufacturer streamline its parts shortage management process, dramatically cutting cycle time and waste while safeguarding production. So far, plant-floor parts shortages have dropped by 50% and significant cost savings have been made.
Digital transformation, with the help of Azure cloud platform, enabled this manufacturer to scale its vehicle performance monitoring capabilities from 400,000 to 2 million vehicles. Through analytics, dealers can now predict maintenance requirements and better manage their service supply chains.
According to the 2018 World Manufacturing Forum Report, 59% of global executives surveyed believe IoT is a top supply chain innovation. However, adoption rates hover at roughly 20% – despite IoT’s notoriety following Carnegie-Mellon University’s demonstration of a network-connected Coke machine back in 1982. Here, Pegasystems’ Steven Silver, Leader for Manufacturing, Automotive & High-Tech, and Cognizant’s Prasad Satyavolu, CDO & Global Head of Innovation, discuss IIoT’s value problem.
As the car transitions into a “computer on wheels” – enabling digital transactions and data monetization – security and visibility are becoming a preeminent challenge across the value chain. Blockchain might offer the trust and security needed in an automotive industry that is undergoing radical change.
Today’s fast-paced automotive industry requires the ability to make quick, accurate business decisions. Learn how companies in other industries improved their businesses.
Robots promise immense power to improve long-haul trucking and the associated business supply chains, by increasing the speed, safety, efficiency and cost of how goods are transported. But at what cost?
Head of Manufacturing/Logistics/RCG, Cognizant Sweden
Principal Consultant Manufacturing, Cognizant Nordics
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