Managing back-to-work for automotive suppliers and manufacturers

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Pandemic disruption is forcing the industry to adapt and change for the better

Every industry is being disrupted, but the automotive sector is adapting quickly. It has made adjustments, responded to the market and, in some cases, kept manufacturing going even during the pandemic.

The Automotive Insider podcast by the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) provides automotive suppliers with information on the fast-changing industry landscape. It delivers a snapshot into the current state of suppliers and provides actionable insights to thrive in automotive 2.0.

Bonnie D. Graham from OESA welcomes Bill Newman from SAP and Mike Latkovic from Capgemini to the latest podcast. The lively discussion touches on post-pandemic manufacturing restart planning, worker safety measures, impacts on the aftermarket, and how OE companies and suppliers are working together to manage disruption.

Latkovic points to the already changing buying experience during social distancing. Dealers are delivering a more personalized process by connecting with potential customers via text, phone calls, and test-drive appointments.

Listen to Newman and Latkovic offer advice for automotive suppliers on how to manage customer communications during the restart and back-to-work process, and why supply-chain continuity and flexibility are the keys to success.

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