E-Commerce Automotive Conference Takes Place in Singapore

e-Commerce Automotive Conference Takes Place in Singapore

eCommerce Automotive said it has launched eCommerce Automotive Asia 2000, the latest in the series or global events featuring presentations and streamed online content from the world’s leading auto companies.

This event runs over two days in Singapore from April 4-5, 2000, the company said.

This industry event is designed to demonstrate to attendees how eCommerce is revolutionizing the way the automotive industry does business. “eCommerce Automotive Asia 2000 will demonstrate for senior level attendees how to position their company at the cutting edge of eCommerce,” says Tobias Webb, Automotive eCommerce Director of First Conferences Ltd. .

“Presentations will include senior level case studies of those Asian, US and European automotive companies that are already utilizing e-business to maximize their profits and increase their overall efficiency by well over 40% in some cases. Those companies who want to be major players in Asia simply can’t afford to miss out on these opportunities,” Webb added.

Senior level e-business presentations will come from Delphi Automotive Systems worldwide e-business Director, Richard Radecki, Ford’s e- commerce Director for Asia Pacific, Bipin Patel, Astra International’s IT Managing Director, Paulus Bambang, Toyota’s US Extranet Director Jim Pisz, Tata Technologies CEO for India, Ross Macdonald from Chrome Data Corp. and many others at the cutting edge of automotive e-commerce and e- business, the company said.

This event will focus almost entirely on case studies from leading global Automotive manufacturers, suppliers, solutions providers and consultancies, the company added. There will also be interactive panel sessions, networking events and free workshop discussions hosted by Andersen Consulting and i2 Corp to give high level attendees the chance to walk away with a solid step-by-step business plan for implementing e- strategy into their future operations, it said.

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