General Motors (GM) implements AuraPortal Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) to control their operations at their plant in Ecuador
The implementation project of the AuraPortal BPM strategy at corporate level will allow General Motors to considerably increase administrative efficiency in their Ecuador plant(PresseBox) (Boca Raton, Florida, )
(*) AuraPortal has recently been distinguished by the independent market analyst firm Ovum in the Decision Matrix 2011 report as the most advanced BPM in the market.
The implementation of AuraPortal BPM software is part of the $45 million investment plan announced in April by the firm's president for South America, Jaime Ardila, which the company plans to carry forward this year at their Ecuador plant.
The implementation methodology calls to start with the creation and immediate launch of one important process, and then extend the BPM across the entire enterprise.
For this first implementation the strategic Part Replenishment & Localization process was selected, which includes the intervention of various departments (including among others: Purchasing, Engineering, Material Administration, Logistics and Finance), and involves Bids Management, Quality Control, Document Management, etc.
ABOUT GENERAL MOTORS
General Motors Corp. (NYSE: GM), is one of the largest car companies in the world and has been one of the global leaders in industry sales for the last 76 years. Founded in 1908, today GM employs 284,000 employees worldwide. Headquartered in Detroit, GM manufactures their vehicles in 35 countries.
In 1987 GM began operations in Ecuador, becoming to date the leader in the automotive market, assembling and selling Chevrolet vehicles. It is one of the largest companies in the country and has achieved the highest market share in the world within General Motors.