How Uno Minda Integrates Supply Chain for Agile Turnarounds

Parna Ghosh, Group CIO, Uno Minda, on AI-Driven Supply Chain Strategy
Parna Ghosh, group CIO, Uno Minda

In the face of global challenges, Uno Minda, a leading auto components manufacturer, strategically invests in technology to position itself at the forefront of innovation. The company is building digital factories from inception, enhancing efficiency across assembly lines, part productions, and the supply chain.

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Uno Minda's supply chain management is undergoing a transformative integration, incorporating CRM, costing and product development for heightened visibility. Furthermore, the integration of generative AI and AI capabilities into the company's processes is helping it stay at the forefront of technological advancements, said Parna Ghosh, group CIO, UNO Minda.

"Our CRM platform is now integrated with the costing platform, and the costing platform is integrated with the product development platform. So it's a huge system implemented, called Vista," Ghosh said. "Vista will change the way we interact with customers internally and with the suppliers. It will happen digitally, seamlessly and in real time."

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Ghosh also discussed:

  • Digital twins and complete digital factories;
  • Ongoing tech-based improvements at Uno Minda;
  • Five-year digital transformation road map for Industry 5.0.

Ghosh spearheads 36 business lines at Uno Minda across Asia, Europe and Latin America. He manages IT and digital transformation initiatives. With more than 33 years of experience, Ghosh leads the company's strategic advancements in the automotive sector, from customer experience to supply chain integration.

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Sandhya Michu

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