Digital transformation for the automotive supply chain

Kinaxis

Driverless cars, electricity-charged vehicles. The automotive industry is experiencing change unlike any time in history.With this change comes a breadth of challenges and wealth of opportunities that are forcing the industry to rethink supply chain processes and business strategy.New digital technologies will play a key role in overcoming planning issues, while helping companies thrive in an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world.
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As a 100-plus-year-old global company, Honeywell had a legacy architecture with numerous siloed databases, which it knew it needed to break down in order to effectively manage its inventory, manufacturing processes, and supply chains across its many business units spread across the globe. To tackle that challenge, Honeywell selected Snowflake as the core platform to bring all its data together into one, centralized, single source of truth. Now, according to Honeywell’s Chief Digital Technology Officer Sheila Jordan, the company is able to integrate all data, including from ERP systems, Salesforce, supply chain databases, and more within Snowflake where it can be analyzed to create actionable insights for the business.

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As a 100-plus-year-old global company, Honeywell had a legacy architecture with numerous siloed databases, which it knew it needed to break down in order to effectively manage its inventory, manufacturing processes, and supply chains across its many business units spread across the globe. To tackle that challenge, Honeywell selected Snowflake as the core platform to bring all its data together into one, centralized, single source of truth. Now, according to Honeywell’s Chief Digital Technology Officer Sheila Jordan, the company is able to integrate all data, including from ERP systems, Salesforce, supply chain databases, and more within Snowflake where it can be analyzed to create actionable insights for the business.

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