Digital Iron And Business Process Integration


Business Process Integration (BPI) 

Our previous blog examined the need for more standardization of data transmission within the construction industry. We touched on the construction industry’s historically low level of productivity gains, and how better data could help boost iron.png

And we looked at the success of the telematics standards as an example of how data from the site and equipment can provide far reaching benefits across the entire industry.

The DMS Is Vanishing… And Why It Matters To You


The End Of The DMS?

The DMS (Dealer Management System) is on the verge of radical changes if not outright invisible_man2.pngextinction. Bold statement? Yes. Is it true? Consider this quote from none other than Sandy Schwartz, President of Cox Automotive:

“… a DMS in the future “should be a smaller unit” within a dealership, he added, “not this big anchor.” “And any such DMS should be open source — something that integrates easily with whatever other products a dealer wants to use”…

Don’t Ignore Data Integration As A Profit Booster

Data Integration


Recently, we looked at BPI (Business Process Integration/Process Integration) and how it can enhance customer experience and revenue. Next, let’s look at data integration and its impact on profits. Data integration involves extracting or sharing data from dealer systems and aggregating it into an OEMs database(s).


More Sales With Strong BPI

Data Integration Driving BPI


Business Process Integration (BPI) is defined as the synchronization of a company’s internal operations with those of its other divisions and its trading partners by connecting disparate systems in real-time. Wow, that certainly would be a candidate for buzzword bingo. A simpler definition would be the exchange of data from multiple sources that can be used to make rapid decisions.