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Marelli Digitally Transforms Its Business with O9 Solutions

o9 Solutions, | February 14, 2022

Marelli, a renowned automotive supplier, has partnered with o9 Solutions, a leading enterprise AI software platform provider, for revolutionizing planning and decision-making. Marelli will use the o9 Digital Brain to improve its worldwide demand and supply chain planning capabilities.

Marelli has a long-standing history of innovation and manufacturing excellence as one of the world’s leading worldwide independent suppliers to the automobile industry. Therefore, Marelli sought an innovative partner to help them improve their planning procedures and achieve their company objectives. Marelli chose the o9 Digital Brain platform because of its extensive functional coverage, cloud-native, highly scalable architecture, and o9’s unique Enterprise Knowledge Graph (EKG). Marelli will use the o9 platform to automate demand planning procedures and increase planner efficiency, allowing the organization to make effective and faster decisions.

Digitalization is at the core of our Supply Chain management strategy. Supply chains are typically very complex systems, and this is especially true in the automotive industry. That’s why having access to the right data in real-time, seeing the relevant connections between them and understanding the possible implications on the business is key to make informed and smart decisions. Through o9 systems we will be able to enhance our supply chains visibility and scenario modelling capabilities, taking the digitalization of our supply chain processes a step further.”

Jesus Beas, VP, Global Supply Chain Management of Marelli

“More and more companies see the value of the o9 Digital Brain platform, as it helps companies make better and faster supply chain decisions, especially during these volatile times. We are happy to welcome Marelli as a new client and look forward to helping to digitally transform its business,” said Igor Rikalo, Chief Operating Officer.

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A new age of business driven analytics is dawning in the enterprise. A shift is underway as the driver of innovation is moving toward the business and away from traditional IT departments. IT professionals are searching for innovative tools and solutions to meet new analytic demands while building out more flexible and agile infrastructure to support this trend. Cloud analytic platforms are embracing this paradigm shift by meeting the economic and technological demands of the newly empowered business data consumer.

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A new age of business driven analytics is dawning in the enterprise. A shift is underway as the driver of innovation is moving toward the business and away from traditional IT departments. IT professionals are searching for innovative tools and solutions to meet new analytic demands while building out more flexible and agile infrastructure to support this trend. Cloud analytic platforms are embracing this paradigm shift by meeting the economic and technological demands of the newly empowered business data consumer.

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