To keep up with global production and sales, manufacturers and suppliers are making more plug-in, hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicles, as well as electric vehicle charging stations, batteries, and more circular parts.
Automakers can embed smart technology, such as LIDAR, ultrasound, and IoT sensors, into their vehicles to appeal to modern buyers – and through a cloud-based vehicle to all (v2x) infrastructure to send and receive car data that can be used to create services.
Auto OEMs are looking for where they can fit in, especially in the area of employer-supported programs. Car sharing provides opportunities for large companies to meet consumer demand for increased value, convenience, and sustainability.
On-board technologies and electronic vehicle components add additional requirements to already complex automotive supply chains. Shortages of car batteries and chips threaten to pull millions of cars off production lines. To create more resilient supply chains, automotive companies need real-time visibility from advanced analytics.
Dealerships can use e-commerce technology and CRM data to support omnichannel vehicle sales and other services, such as accepting trade-ins and arranging test drives and deliveries.
Whether you're a small independent business or a subsidiary of a larger company, you need a clear view of all aspects of your business to stay competitive. You need to streamline processes and find better ways to access information that will result in the best business decisions.
Solution to automate and optimize operational and accounting processes in different sectors of the automotive industry.
CRM and Customer Experience in Automotive Retail.