PARIS – The automotive supply chain is not a single idea that can be treated with a single e-business approach, according to Dassault Systems CEO Bernard Charles. "The sector supply chain won't exist in the future," he says. "Auto makers divide the supply chain in two parts. There is the physical supply chain, which is a matter of logistics, the flow of parts and materials. The other supply chain is creative and collaborative, the flow of designs, and it will be connected by PLM." PLM, ...

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