General Motors Corp. will set up order-to-delivery systems in the U.S. this fall and soon will begin rolling out its OnStar mobile communications in Europe, Asia/Pacific and Latin America, says Mark Hogan, president of e-GM, the automaker's high-tech division. “We'll have a couple OTD pilots up this fall,” Mr. Hogan says. “They'll be bread and butter products.” As it stands now, GM will be the first automaker to have a web-based order-to-delivery system in the U.S. Ford launched a ...

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