The COVID-19 pandemic has affected manufacturers worldwide, with reduced demand and reduced supply to workers and health and safety risks. But it also shines a light on the key areas of digitalization, automation, employee welfare, and business models to build on to create future manufacturing processes. You should be more interested in dealing with issues such as non-compliant car demands and stricter emissions standards. Your car business should be a safe place to work while your environment should have a low carbon footprint. Additionally, you need to create a responsive supply chain that aligns with purchasing, distribution and logistics.
Stalwartsoft Automotive practice works with next-generation car manufacturers to apply insights based on predictive analytics across economic systems. Our digital ecosystem integrates sustainability into your business: operational efficiency, innovation and business agility. Digital transformation of assembly lines and supply chains reduces risk by responding to changes in the mobility environment. Stalwartsoft helps automotive companies navigate innovation and become more dynamic with the Live Enterprise Framework -
Accelerate cloud migration - Stalwartsoft has rich experience in managing cloud-supported products and supplier solutions. Cloud applications enable automation of global manufacturing and logistics processes. Ensure flexible IT operations - Stalwartsoft helps developers transition to autonomous IT operations using AIOps. It handles big data management while supporting predictive analytics. Build a flexible business process - Stalwartsoft strengthens reliability by streamlining business processes and operations - from R&D to dealer network management and after-sales support. Our robust business continuity plans and information security solutions ensure high levels of service. Support remote learning at scale – Stalwartsoft combines immersive technology with activity-based content to create an engaging learning experience for employees and trainees.
The industrial sector consumes more than half of the energy and produces a fifth of the greenhouse gasses worldwide, giving the sector a significant opportunity to support the climate plan. A new report from the Manufacturers Alliance Foundation and Stalwartsoft, "Delivery on the Carbon Neutral Goal", outlines the progress manufacturers have made to date in reducing carbon emissions in three areas: direct emissions, indirect emissions from purchase of electricity and indirect materials from the manufacturer's value chain. The report also shares strategies for how manufacturers can continue to reduce emissions and provides examples of manufacturing leaders across sectors at different stages of their journey to carbon neutrality.
"The manufacturing sector is an important contributor to reducing our global carbon footprint," says Stephen Gold, president and CEO of the Manufacturers Alliance. "This report sheds light on where US manufacturers are today and how they can continue to support sustainability and growth."
The aerospace and automotive industries lead the pack with more than 30% of respondents (more than double the other industries surveyed) saying they are pursuing all three aerospace sectors. 94 percent of respondents said that it is difficult to measure the carbon footprint of products, because only 28% have a system to track the carbon footprint of their products.
Digital technology has been identified as key to air monitoring, with four stages of maturity in digital transport. Accountants use the data to track and analyze emissions.
The client needs an e-commerce platform that can support a distribution network that accepts and sells directly to B2B/B2C customers. The platform also aims to support customer- and product-specific pricing, discounts and rebates, guaranteed ship dates, and self-service registration for new customers. They were looking for a partner to help them set up a platform and decided to take Stalwartsoft on board.
Stalwartsoft designed and developed an e-commerce solution based on SAP Hybris and integrated with SAP Order Management (SCM) and SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM). This integration enables marketing, loyalty management, customer relations, marketing planning and discounting. We also developed an electronic catalog system that allowed customers to search using product compatibility features. This process enabled inventory verification based on Global Available to Promise (GATP) and distribution centers, thus contributing to inventory optimization and profitability. We moved to a platform with Adobe for website management and customer branding sites. To make it easier for end customers, we have also developed an e-learning solution using SAP SuccessFactors that enables customers to register online and receive technical training for products
● The new e-commerce platform enabled direct sales to the customer and reduced lead time from 12 days to 3 days
● E-commerce games are able to handle 10 times more customers than before
● The platform now supports more than 6 million online catalog parts for better inventory management and manages 100 distribution points instead of 5 before
The client was struggling with legacy infrastructure that was hindering its performance. The time it takes to process a policy affects customer satisfaction and affects sales. At the same time, the process is not flexible enough to increase and adapt to business needs. The client wants to adopt a modern, global and interactive solution that can reduce business turnaround time, enable business process optimization and integration, and enable vendor onboarding and reduce their footprint by reducing the process and store. The client was looking for a partner to help replace legacy architecture and infrastructure with the next generation. The partner should provide an investment strategy that contributes to the company's values while reducing the cost of ownership.
Stalwartsoft has partnered with us to build a comprehensive connectivity solution infrastructure and next-generation IT infrastructure to adapt to changing business needs. The goal is to create an enterprise-level workflow rather than end-to-end integration. We replaced the legacy Exchange Tandem architecture and infrastructure with next-generation operating system architecture (SOA).
To do this, we define the SOA map and governance, then design, build and deploy SOA-based solutions. This solution provides a common business process, organization and workflow for the company. A flat design process using the Oracle SOA suite ensures that the interface is flexible and can adapt to changes quickly and with minimal impact. We designed and developed a collective framework for managing project planning and implementation and implemented composite projects using the project management and planning capabilities of Oracle BPEL PM and Oracle ESB. Oracle Service Registry (OSR) is used to publish service metadata and promote reuse. Oracle Web Services Manager (WSM) and Cisco ACE XML Gateway support secure access and management. Oracle's SOA management package helps in monitoring and project management as well as managing exceptions. Alerts and notifications are made through Oracle fault management.
The new system provides a connection point for the exchange of information between reseller and OEM hosting systems, making the process flawless and error-free. As a result of this service, the customer can have access to IT resources that are in line with his business vision and help him to better serve his customers. Global integration solutions reduce engagement cycle times and development costs by 10-15%; In addition, the design and optimization of the equipment has also reduced the cost by 15-20%. Reinventing more resources, design models, resources, data, documents, tools and infrastructure improved productivity by 10%.