AuraPortal implements TI Automotive’s Purchase Order process

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Updated Oct 28, 2011

AuraPortal, a provider of business process management solutions, announced the implementation of TI Automotive’s Purchase Order process based on the AuraPortal BPM Suite. AuraPortal says its BPM solution will help TI Automotive more efficiently manage the volumes of purchase requests generated from all of its production centers around the world.

In this project, which has led to the first phase of implementing AuraPortal within TI Automotive, an initial process has been addressed aimed at consolidating the purchase requests operation; this process is designed to help improve this function in all its centers, ensuring that the internal regulations and requirements are fulfilled using minimal human resources, and lowering operational costs.

TI Automotive is composed of about 180 companies distributed in three large groups: AM – Americas (United States, Mexico and Brazil), EU – Europe (Italy, U.K., Poland, Germany, Spain, Czech Republic and France) and AP – Asia Pacific (Australia, Korea, China, Japan and India).

Given the delocalization of the production centers, each continent has different ERP installations. The aim of this process, implemented with AuraPortal, has been to manage all the multinational purchase requests and the corresponding approval circuit with the maximum degree of automation possible, thus reducing in times/costs and the elimination of errors.