PARIS – European auto makers are preparing for a post-Covisint e-business world by putting more effort into reaching standards on their own. "Two years ago, we thought there would be a unique automotive marketplace, and we invested a lot of money in Covisint (LCC)," says Jean-Claude Fischera, vice president-purchasing at Swiss supplier Reiter Automotive Systems. "We thought we would have a hub; a single, simple connection, working in a community together. The world is ...
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