Fuel for Thought - Episode 1 Future Mobility and the Automotive Supply Chain
09 February 2019 23:44 mins Mark BoyadjisAs the industry prepares to launch new MaaS platforms, the incumbent supply chain will have to adapt and/or consolidate to sustain revenue and profit. The shift is driven largely via the emerging power and headstart of mobility providers, many of which do not have direct ties to OEMs. These new players to the industry are laser-focused on the customer experience and customer data, and are seeking to commoditize the very existence of the automotive product as the industry slowly shifts over to a service model. What are traditional suppliers doing to stay relevant in this time of rapid change? Mark Boyadjis and Kristen Balasia discuss the issue.
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