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Successful proof-of-concept: a new opportunity for Renault suppliers?

Successful proof-of-concept: a new opportunity for Renault suppliers?

Renault has completed a successful proof-of-concept, integrating auto-gration in more

Newsletter Issue No 6 - January 2013

Newsletter Issue No 6 - January 2013

Newsletter Issue No 5 - September 2012

Newsletter Issue No 5 - September 2012

Latest news on auto-gration

Newsflash

Newsflash

After the successful conclusion of the first phase of the auto-gration project, more

auto-gration - ensuring the future

auto-gration - ensuring the future

CLEPA hosts first meeting of the newly formed auto-gration Joint Working Group. more

Stuttgart success for auto-gration

Stuttgart success for auto-gration

The Stuttgart event fully demonstrated the business benefits that auto-gration c more

A first French SME pilots auto-gration in the automotive supply chain

A first French SME pilots auto-gration in the automotive supply chain

‘It is essential for us to use EDI with our customers but it is not possible: more

auto-gration in the Basque Country

auto-gration in the Basque Country

On November 15th, the Basque Country Automotive Cluster (ACICAE) and ODETTE Spai more

Auto-gration at GS1 Best Practice Day

Auto-gration at GS1 Best Practice Day

Each year, GS1 Germany holds a best practice day on eInvoicing and, given the re more

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auto-gration: Assisting SMEs to participate in global digital supply chains in the automotive sector

Currently, any company wishing to do eBusiness with others in the automotive supply chain must have a compatible communication system. If not, then the company has to either purchase a new system, hire an external message-conversion service, or resort to manual (e.g. fax) information exchange, all of which add cost and often create an insurmountable barrier for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

To tackle the problem, the European Commission, supported by major organisations of the automotive industry, has created the auto-gration (automotive integration) project which aims to improve the integration of automotive companies, particularly SMEs, in the sector’s digital supply chains. To this end the project developed the auto-gration Architecture that facilitates the exchange of eBusiness messages over existing, but currently incompatible, systems thereby allowing large companies to keep their current infrastructure investments whilst greatly simplifying and extending eBusiness communications for their smaller business partners.

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