Leading Industry Experts Attend SAP Best Practices Automotive
by Jessica Plourde Hutter, on November 3, 2016
What better place to explore best practices in automotive! This year's Best Practice's for Automotive event took place this past week at the MGM Grand in Detroit, one of the leading locations in the automotive industry. So it’s no surprise that the event drew hundreds of industry professionals and subject matter experts.
This second annual event, which is a collaboration between SAP, Eventful Conferences and ASUG was intended to "ignite the business transformers of today and the innovators of tomorrow."
Traditional auto companies are transforming into mobility providers and in recent years there have been many new technological advancements designed to enhance the customer experience. This year's event showcased the latest solutions and strategies for complex industry issues and highlighted some new solutions that capitalize on this transformation to become leading digital enterprises of the future.
The interactive event focused on the increasing demand for vehicles to be integrated in digital business processes, how organizations are using SAP technologies and what the impact is on organizational performance. It wasn't surprising that "Enhancing User Experience" was one of this year's hot topics for Technology & Integration. Other Supply Chain/Logisitics "Hot Topics" included “Just-in-Time/Just-in-Sequence.”
Loftware works with hundreds of leading, global companies, across multiple industries to enable mission-critical labeling from SAP to meet a wide variety of customer and regulatory requirements. The event provided the perfect opportunity for Loftware to connect with existing customers and partners focused in the automotive space and to provide insight on how implementing the right Enterprise Labeling Solution enables customers to drive topline revenue growth, improve customer responsiveness, cut cost, and enhance supply chain efficiency.
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