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When the seventh-largest automotive parts distributor in the US managed its inventory more effectively, it reduced excess inventory at corporate stores by $6.1 million, identified $12.1 million in parts returns and placed orders for $7.1 million in parts based on knowledge of vehicles in their trade area.Learn more about our client’s successes
A multinational automotive components manufacturer enhanced the performance of a mechanical valve by accessing a wealth of technical content (including extensive patent information) to help its team validate concepts, generate 60+ potential solutions and then narrow its focus to the 8 strongest options.Learn more about our client’s successes
Join Chris Royle, Director of Product Management with IHS Automotive, to hear how one of the world’s largest luxury auto manufacturers enhanced communications with its dealer network by providing timely and consistent information that helped those dealers sell hundreds of units of vehicles sold and generate tens of millions of dollars.View Video
As part of an established dealer group in Maryland and Delaware, this market leader has successfully built customer loyalty –achieving 743% return on investment from targeted mailings, selling 135 additional vehicles through one 4-month campaign and verifying that 65% of vehicles sold were to existing customers.Learn more about our client’s successes
Would it make economical sense to put solar cells on wind both sides of some turbine blades? With the storage and conversion equipment already installed,it would seem like a wind-win (pardon the pun) situation. I realize it would not be as efficient as a ground based tracking solar farm applicatio
Hi All, Is there any possibilities to accept the flange thickness which is deviated from standard ASME B16.5 ? else anything has mentioned in the standard itself to accept the deviation... i have read, but i couldn't found anything like that... if not, Do we have any alternate calculation to accep
The geniuses at Google are doing life-saving work. Hear me out. Thanks to them, those of us impatiently loitering around the hostess stands at our favorite restaurants — desperately hoping that those seated will quickly shovel through their meals so that we can be seated — will no long