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the future of the automotive supply chain

A seemingly minor event in the supply chain can have a major impact on business growth and continuity. So successful automotive supply chain transformation can bring strategic competitive advantage.

Leading automakers are striving to build a resilient, connected, intelligent, and sustainable supply chain to help them deal better with disruptions of the kind experienced recently: raw materials shortages, the shift to EVs and software-defined vehicles, and the need for global regulatory compliance right down to the Nth tier, to name just a few. Clearly, the automotive supply chain must evolve, and OEMs are now rethinking their whole approach to working with suppliers.

A potential barrier to transformation is that legacy systems are usually unable to address today’s needs, such as advanced planning and decision-making in complex scenarios. Therefore, organizations are starting to exploit new techniques and technologies that deliver end-to-end supply chain visibility and fully data-enabled decision-making. Thanks to this automotive supply chain transformation, automakers will soon be far better equipped to achieve their business goals.

Capgemini works with automotive clients to help them achieve this transformation. We collaborate with major automakers to optimize their decision-making, positioning them to handle future disruptions confidently and effectively, and to achieve resilient, connected, intelligent, and sustainable supply chain management. Clients turn to us for our unique combination of engineering and IT expertise and experience, as well as our in-depth knowledge in redefining automotive supply chain processes. Capgemini’s comprehensive service portfolio spans the end-to-end automotive supply chain. Our capabilities are complemented by strong partnerships with solution suppliers and with the hyperscalers who are increasingly important in this market.

Automotive supply chain – Pursuing long-term resilience

When evaluating the supply chain challenges of the past few years, automotive industry supply chain disruption stands out. Conventional wisdom in the industry has been challenged as companies look to navigate a new, more volatile reality. In our newest Capgemini Research Institute report, we look at how automotive companies can move towards a resilient, connected, intelligent, and sustainable supply chain in this transformed landscape.

“By maturing their approach to supply chain management in the automotive industry, leading organizations are reaching a position where the supply chain is recognized as a value creator rather than just a cost centers. This achievement depends, above all, on using advanced processes and technology to deliver end-to-end visibility, and to add intelligence to the organization through data-enabled decision-making.”

Roshan Batheri, Automotive Industry Leader North America at Capgemini Americas

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Alexandre Audoin

EVP, Head of Global Automotive Industry, Capgemini
Alexandre Audoin is Capgemini Group’s global leader for the automotive industry and head of automotive within Capgemini Engineering (formerly Altran). Alexandre maintains a special focus on the creation of Intelligent Industry, helping clients master the end-to-end software-driven transformation and do business in a new way through technologies like 5G, edge computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and the internet of things (IoT).

Markus Winkler

Executive Vice President – Global Automotive Sector, Capgemini
Markus Winkler works with teams across the world, helping clients shape their mobility strategies and invent what’s next in the rapidly changing automotive industry. Markus asserts that car-sharing, electrification, and mass-transit systems will change the face of mobility at local, and global levels.

Jean-Marie Lapeyre

EVP and Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Global Automotive Industry
Jean-Marie Lapeyre works with automotive clients to develop and launch actionable technology strategies to help them succeed in a data and software-driven world.

Roshan Batheri

Senior Director – North America Automotive Industry Leader
Roshan is a seasoned global professional combined with strategic acumen, extensive domain knowledge, and proven track record to drive success. He has over 20 years of extensive experience in P&L management, strategic operations, supply chain management, IT transformation, business consulting and delivering innovative concepts and strategies in the automotive industry. He is an MBA and an Engineer, additionally holding various certifications such as a six sigma green belt and a certified lead auditor in quality management system, showcasing his commitment to excellence.

Jacques Bacry

Executive Vice President – Digital Continuity & Convergence Group Offer Leader
Jacques is Digital Continuity Group Offer Leader, with an objective to define and execute the strategy in this dynamic domain including PLM and Digital twin. His work is focused on unleashing the promise of end-to-end digital continuity across the entire product lifecycle, by seamlessly integrating ideation, engineering, manufacturing, and aftersales into one unified digital collaboration. He is a champion of PLM as an enabler for Industry 4.0 because it integrates the development of products, production, and services.

Maryem Sahnoun

Sustainability Senior Specialist, Capgemini Engineering
Expert in developing sustainable packaging solutions that balance economic, environmental and social considerations. Adept at collaborating with cross-functional teams and managing complex projects from concept to launch. She is committed to driving positive impact and creating a more sustainable future for all.

Anuraag Bharadwaj

VP, Head Automotive Industry Platform, Capgemini
Anuraag Bharadwaj is Vice President, and Head of Automotive Industry Platform at Capgemini. He is an INSEAD alumni, and Digital Transformation Leader with 25 years of sales and delivery experience in Industrial & Automotive sectors. He provides thought leadership to automotive industry, predicts and deciphers new trend unfolding in Automotive Industry. He is an expert in IT/OT convergence, Supply Chain, Connected Vehicle, Quantum tech, and alternate fuels in automotive industry.

Pascal Feillard

Head of Business Transformation, Capgemini Engineering
Pascal draws on his many years of experience in the Automotive industry in his current position, where he is responsible for ensuring that Capgemini‘s partnerships facilitate software-driven transformation in order to give automotive clients the future that they and their customers want.

Gilles Bacquet

Aeronautics CoE
Gilles is a Production & Supply Chain engineer and has joined Capgemini group in 2001. Starting as consultant expert in Supplier Quality Management for Automobile & Aeronautic, he has extended his responsibilities in creating Supply Chain offer and developed business oversea. He is today leading Resilient & Sustainable Supply Chain offers for Capgemini Engineering.