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Find out how a top automotive supplier is not only fulfilling the demands of OEMs as they react to the consumer marketplace, but also driving the evolution of technologies that impact what is produced by those OEMs. Vasanth Krishnaswami, PhD, Senior Innovation Consultant for IHS Product Design, describes this company’s success.View Video
This industry leader verified that customers who rent cars through its regional subsidiaries are 55% more likely to buy a new vehicle and 45% more likely to buy a used vehicle – purchasing 1.3 million new vehicles within 6 months of renting.Learn more about our client’s successes
A preeminent manufacturer of luxury automobiles wanted to increase the sales effectiveness of its dealers and grow its market share. By providing access to better market intelligence, this company cut average of 2 hours preparation time spent by field personnel to visit 370 dealers each month – saving thousands of hours annually on administrative tasks.Learn More About Our Customers Success
In 2002, a global automaker turned its sights toward China and began developing new strategies to maximize sales potential at all market levels. Company decision makers gained ready access to Chinese vehicle registration data – including new and used vehicles in operation plus owner demographics – while reducing the average research time by 50 percent.Learn More About Our Customers Success
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A guy walks into a car show’s invitational display building with a pocket full of cash and a craving to buy a Hurst/Olds. He’s immediately greeted by a pristine example of a ’72, a ’74, and an ’84 that represent three different eras of the H/O’s production run&hel
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