Infosys, a world
leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, has bagged the ‘Mazda Excellent Partner
Award’ by Mazda Digital Innovation (MDI) & IT
Division, Mazda Motor Corporation.
Infosys has been working with
Mazda to implement a global supply chain management solution for service
part operations in after-market. This solution utilises a risk-free approach to
transform business processes like inventory planning, service parts planning,
order fulfillment etc., followed by rollout of a warehouse management solution
at various Mazda part distribution centers. This supply chain transformation
enables Mazda to navigate from a mainframe based legacy system to a next
generation integrated platform, with real-time transactions and visibility, increasing
speed and precision.
Infosys’ global supply chain
transformation methodology enables companies to adopt integrated business
processes resulting in enhanced customer experience and business visibility.
The methodology leverages analytics and supply chain process automation and
results in simplification of the IT landscape.
Jasmeet Singh, Executive
Vice President and Global Head of Manufacturing, Infosys, said, “In
a rapidly evolving automotive industry, enterprises need a robust, intelligent
and transparent supply chain solution that ensures seamless operations and
addresses the rising demands of consumers. Working with Mazda in this space has
been an enriching experience and this award is a testament of our capabilities.
We want to thank them for allowing us to build efficiencies throughout their
operations and to continue positioning Mazda as a leader in the automotive
Masahiko Tamura, General
Manager-Supply Chain Systems, MDI & IT Division, Mazda said, “Infosys
has been a valuable partner for us for many years now and they have
consistently delivered best-in-class solutions for us. The Excellent Partner
award to Infosys is well deserved. We expect Infosys, our continued partner, to
provide solutions and services to enable transformation of the supply chain
system in our global service part operations.”