Leaders of tomorrow’s automotive industry will gain competitive advantage at the crossroads of operational excellence and innovation. Cost savings in operations will help companies maintain profitability in the shifting market landscape, as the increasing number of consumer demands continues to drive the industry as a whole toward the path of a complete digital revolution.
Early adapters in the digital race will reap the benefits of lower manufacturing costs, increased consumer loyalty and satisfaction, as well as the opportunity to improve internal processes and communications.
Fueled by ingenuity, a pragmatic vision, and proper utilization of technology your business will be seated in the fast lane - and we'll be there to help you hug the road to excellence.
Read our case studies, solutions and other experiences with our automotive clients to understand how we can help you.
The year 2015 was one of many successes for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the seventh largest automotive manufacturer in the world, and we at Techedge are honored to have been named their global ICT Supplier of the Year.
With margins decreasing and global competition increasing, manufacturing companies must ensure the most efficient operations possible. To do this, companies must have access to critical production data and the tools to transform that data into actionable information.
The future car will be part of an ecosystem providing customer value through mobility, communication and information. New partners are entering this ecosystem with completely different processes, product life cycles and customer channels.
What does this change mean for the Automotive industry?
Leveraging Oracle EPM, FCA was able to achieve more detailed level financial reporting across legal entities and markets.
Initially designed for the auto industry, Capacity Manager (or CAPMAN) is a capacity management system that supports manufacturers in the procurement of material components.
Paola has been with Techedge since 2012. Her focus is on strategic programs for automotive customers.
In particular, her area of expertise revolves around manufacturing, logistics, supply chain and product lifecycle management.
Prior to Techedge, she worked in both technology and management consulting companies always focusing on the automotive industry.
Before entering the corporate world Paola spent three years in advanced research activities at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics as part of a CERN Program.
Paola earned a Master's Degree cum laude in Physics from Universita' degli studi di Torino and completed her post graduate at The International school of Physics Enrico Fermi.
Managing Partner of Techedge Germany, Kai-Olaf has more than 25 years of experience consulting for the Automotive Industry.
He has worked with both OEMs and suppliers to develop best-in-class solutions and processes, fueled by technology, to flexibly overcome the disruption that frequently challenges the industry.
Prior to joining Techedge in 2012, Kai-Olaf held a leadership position with the SAP automotive team and served as head of the automotive supplier group of Central Europe at Capgemini. He started his career working with a subsidiary of the German automotive supplier ZF before transitioning into automotive consulting.
Kai-Olaf earned a Mechanical Engineering degree at the Technical University of Munich and for more than 15 years he has served as a lecturer at the University of Cooperative Education Stuttgart for Industrial Engineering.