Case Studies

9 April, 2019

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Generix Group Delivers Change-Ready Supply Chain Execution Solution

Enabling advanced Feature-as-a-Service framework the Generix Supply Chain Hub answers demands of rapidly changing industries

Chicago, Montreal, Paris, April 9th, 2019 – Generix Group, a leading provider of agile Supply Chain-Execution (SCE) solutions is pleased to herald its continued ascent of the rapidly evolving North American Supply Chain Management markets at this week’s Promat conference in Chicago, April 8th-11th. On display at the Generix Group pavilion, stand #S3871, the company will showcase its enhanced, highly adaptable SCE solution, Generix Supply Chain Hub.

3 February, 2019

Are you really offering the omnichannel experience your customers want? In a recent global survey of retailers, 50% of respondents said it’s too hard to adapt their legacy systems and processes to omnichannel supply chain needs. In this session, Generix Group offers 9 ways to overcome the top challenges.
 

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15 October, 2018

Please join us as we present these highly informative and engaging sessions:

SCM86 - Hot Topic: Is Your Supply Chain "Future Ready"?

Presenter:  Phil Gautrin, VP of Customer Success, Generix Group

Heard of Industry 4.0 or the digital supply chain? Amazon and the other industry leaders have been driving this revolution for years now, and soon anyone not embracing the capabilities of having technology embedded throughout their supply chain will be left in the dust. We’ll discuss the latest innovations and resulting capabilities being recognized, then drill down to real actions your small to medium-sized business can afford and execute.

Tuesday, October 15, 10:15 – 11:15, Rm. 156 South

16 May, 2018

Do you want to increase your OEM auto parts sales in North America? If so, you might tear a page from the playbook of Volkswagen Spain.

The Spanish affiliate of the world’s biggest car maker was losing OEM sales to independent aftermarket suppliers (or IAMs).

The problem was that IAMs could deliver non-OEM parts faster and more reliably. They also had a price advantage. 

This is the story of how VW Spain pioneered a way to grow their lucrative OEM parts business by increasing sales to independent repair shops. 

They did so through a supply chain initiative that improved service to all of VW’s customers in Spain. And they achieved their goals without cutting VW dealers out of the picture.