IHS Automotive Scenarios Advisory Service
Helping organizations prepare for the future by examining the key forces that will shape the global business environment in the years ahead, and the implications for the automotive industry.
The Automotive Scenarios Advisory Service helps organizations prepare for the future by examining the key forces that will shape the global business environment in the years ahead, and the possible implications for the automotive industry.
At the heart of the service is a set of three distinct scenarios called the Global Scenarios Framework. Each scenario provides a qualitative narrative and quantitative analyses addressing possible futures for economic growth and policy, politics, trade, security, technology, the environment, and energy on the world stage to 2030.
Through ongoing quarterly updates, this service helps you:
- Develop strategies
- Test specific decisions against alternative futures
- Monitor signposts to scenario changes
- Identify opportunities for strategic advantage
Drawing on the unrivaled regional and industry expertise and proprietary data of IHS, the service offers an unprecedented outlook on how the global business environment could develop over time.
- Enhance the analytical rigor of your planning, to create robust, flexible strategies that will withstand dramatically different conditions such as changing sales or production trends or powertrain mixes
- Identify the future risks and rewards of entering a new sector, a new region or investing in new technologies particularly as they relate to powertrains
- Understand the interdependencies of macro-economic drivers, and the automotive and energy industries
- Harness the collective insight and capabilities of IHS in a cost-effective format
- Exchange perspectives and insights with our experts and your peers at our regular workshops
- Benchmark strategic assumptions
- Follow global long-term megatrends that will impact your organization's future environment
- Complement your existing macroeconomic forecasts by identifying game changers and plans B and C driven by a range of factors
- Avoid future pitfalls by recognizing the early signposts that indicate a need for strategic review
- Use qualitative and quantitative outputs as valuable inputs into your planning process
- Use the service as a tool to quantify and explain risks to executives
- More effectively assess strategies and investment portfolios in light of the range of futures that could emerge