EDI webinar: Digitalization in the automotive industry
Smart solutions for success-oriented businesses
What does EDI actually mean for suppliers in the automotive supply chain and why should businesses care?
Direct suppliers to OEMs are at the core of supply chains and as such have to be more flexible than ever. This requires efficient collaboration with other businesses which can be taken to the next level with a better flow of information in production and logistics processes. In this context, you have probably heard of the term EDI. But what does it actually mean and why should your company look into it?
EDITEL can help you optimize your supply chains and make them the backbone of your success! Our EDI solutions offer tried-and-trusted and reliable options for transferring business documents such as orders, forecasts, delivery forecasts, and orders automatically and without delay in a consistent and standardized format.
Would you like to learn more?
On 7 April 2022 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. (including a Q&A session), it should have been all about EDI connections to the ERP systems of automobile manufacturers and their suppliers. You would have heard the following from our expert, Robert Matras, Integration Architect bei EDITEL CZ s.r.o.:
- how you can digitalize your supply chain
- how you can achieve planning security and cost efficiency along the supply chain
- how you can improve your data quality
- how you can connect your business partners
- how Toyota Motor Manufacturing Czech Republic s.r.o. benefits from the EDI services provided by EDITEL
The webinar was supposed to be held in English, but unfortunately we had to cancel the date at short notice. We are endeavouring to fix an alternative date as soon as possible.
Our client portfolio includes hundreds of satisfied businesses in the automotive industry such as Toyota, Skoda, Panasonic and Alpine.
Speaker at the webinar
Integration Architect, EDITEL CZ s.r.o.
Robert started his supply chain career in 2009 in the technical consultant role in Editel implementing integration solutions for suppliers, FMCG hubs and logistics providers. Since 2016 he is responsible for designing and implementing EDI processes in automotive industry from specialised inhouse solutions and fully managed services for OEMs through traditional EDI services and specialized Web EDI portals for TIER 1 & TIER 2 suppliers.
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