On 22 January 2018 40 experts from automotive supplier industry attended our first Automotive Warranty Forum at Hotel Schloss Montabaur. Exiting presentations explored different aspects of the subject warranty. The participants gained full information and insights starting from the new analysis of defect parts in the field according to VDA, the implementation of our SKYLYZE Warranty Management solution at a first tier supplier, to legal aspects and contract systems of OEMs and an outlook to new challenges for warranty management in the digital age. Once more we would like to thank all speakers and participants for this successful event!
In January 2018 our first Automotive Warranty Forum for Automotive Suppliers will take place at Hotel Schloss Montabaur. We would like to discuss reforms and best practices related to automotive warranty management with experts and colleagues from the automotive supplier industry. Exiting presentations will focus among others on the following topics: – how intelligent data analysis supports validation of claims and debit notes – what reforms and changes are described by VDA with regard to the analysis of defect parts – how to use field data analysis to be well prepared for talks with the OEM – what different warranty management systems do exist in practice and how well do they each work – how intelligent software is able to give a prognosis on the life span of parts and the related warranty costs – what challenges in warranty management does networked and autonomous driving involve Further information and registration to this cost-free event under http://skylyze.com/warranty-forum-2018/. We are looking forward to your participation.
The consortium of the PRO-OPT research project under the lead of DSA organised the 2. milestone meeting on the premises of Fraunhofer IESE in Kaiserslautern. The project results were presented to representatives of the project sponsor DLR and accompanying researchers now that the 2. project year has been accomplished. Without exception the project sponsor and accompanying researchers gave their positive feedback with regard to the results achieved until now. The highly motivated consortium is now entering the 3. and final project year.