Leading the transformation of the automotive industry
Specialist insight, advisory and programme/project delivery services for OEMs, finance, leasing and mobility companies
The future of an 120 year old industry is in question. The transition from ICE to EV, new digital and mobility propositions, opportunities from connected car, autonomy and AI are just some of the diverse trends and themes which are driving a storm of innovation and disruption across the automotive ecosystem.
To succeed in the future automotive world, organisations will need to deliver transformational change at unprecedented speed. New business and operating models will be required as traditional fleet, rental and retail sectors converge. Critical digital aspirations will need to be rapidly realised to engage the digital consumer and support new retail and distribution models (e.g. OEM Agency).
Axiologik can help you realise these opportunities.
Axiologik works with automotive OEMs, finance, leasing and mobility organisations to help address the full spectrum of themes, trends and challenges that are transforming the sector.
Our experienced automotive team members & associates have a proven track record with major sector brands
A new approach for a changing industry
We help organisations unlock unique opportunities across the Automotive industry
Automotive Finance and Mobility Solutions
Read our Automotive Industry report covering:
- COTS Segmentation
- Key Themes and Trends Shaping the Software Ecosystem
- Customer Problems and Needs Analysis
- Vendor Responses
- The New International COTS Landscape- a comprehensive review of over 40 vendors and solutions (established providers and new entrants)
ICE to EV
Mobility & MaaS
The increasing move from traditional car ownership models (buy or loan) to flexible subscription, multimodal mobility and micromobility usage models – including car-sharing, ride-sharing, ride-hailing and digital mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) transport platforms
Automation, Robotics & AI
Accelerating adoption of these new technologies and tools across the automotive ecosystem including diverse manufacturing, sales, aftersales, logistics, finance, leasing and mobility use cases – with automation, communication, cost to serve, analytics and customer experience benefits
Autonomy & Connected Car
The significant investment in ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Technology) and level 3-5 vehicle autonomy by OEMs and major Tech players (e.g. Waymo, Alphabet and Cruise, GM). The increasing realisation of diverse opportunities from connected car data – e.g. new vehicle architectures, over the air updates, vehicle diagnostics, SMR management and driver safety
New Retail & Network Models
Increasing challenges to traditional ‘bricks and mortar’ dealerships through the rise of direct, digital models (e.g. OEM B2C subscription) and increasing customer expectations re integrated, omnichannel journeys. In parallel, the increasing adoption of OEM Agency reshaping the traditional network franchise model with new direct OEM : client relationships and transparent, fixed pricing models
Environment & Sustainability
Next Gen Digital & Omnichannel
The proliferation of new digital (B2C) retail finance and subscription platforms along with enhanced apps and portals, with full lifecycle capabilities and modern UI / UX, for mobility managers, intermediaries and drivers. Increasing customer omnichannel expectations driving significant RPA, intelligent chatbot and virtual agent adoption utilising AI and ML technologies
New Entrants & Disruptors
Multiple new BEV OEMs reshaping the market – e.g. Tesla, BYD, Nio, Polestar, Ora, Fisker, Lucid and Rivian. Cazoo and Cinch disrupting the traditional ‘bricks and mortar’ used car sales model with digital retail propositions. Significant fintech activity in the mobility space - e.g. new subscription, car-sharing and EV mobility companies proliferating internationally
New Business & Operating Models
The transformation of OEMs and wider sector organisations including new business and operating models in response to multiple competing challenges including EV transition. omnichannel, agency, sector convergence, declining profitability and the need to develop new revenue streams and maximise customer / vehicle lifetime value as part of the ICE to EV transition
A widespread accelerating drive to replace restrictive, often monolithic, enterprise IT landscapes (with low automation,, interoperability deficiencies and poor support for digital, omnichannel, mobility and connected car) with modern, flexible IT architectures. A trend evident across OEMs, finance, leasing and mobility organisations
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How we help automotive companies succeed:
Strategy & operating model design
New business models, products & services
Legacy replacement & enterprise architecture
Axiologik can demonstrate a significant track record in next generation enterprise architecture design and in helping major automotive organisations migrate from restrictive, legacy IT solutions to new harmonised enterprise architectures. We take a service and capability view of client strategy and recommend target and transition architectures that utilise COTS solutions that have been critically evaluated. We ensure architecture designs align to digital and omnichannel service access reflecting key industry trends.
Supplier selection & decision support
Next generation digital & omnichannel
Enterprise data & connected car
Automation, robotics & AI
Leadership & delivery of critical change
Recovering troubled programmes
Meet our automotive team
Automotive Sector Lead
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Head Service Operations
Terry is a senior IT professional with proven experience in financial, automotive, IT services, retail, telecoms and wholesale distribution with a track record for defining, building and optimising best in class service delivery, IT infrastructure and operations.
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Business & Enterprise Architect
With over 20 years experience in the Global Financial Services industry, including automotive finance, Graham is an expert in embedding Business Architecture disciplines that fully connect the business services offered to customers, to the Value Streams, processes and technology architectures that support them.
Graham is a key member of Axiologik’s Automotive team working with OEMs, finance and leasing companies on strategy and business / operating model re-engineering assignments in response to the multiple trends and themes currently reshaping the sector
Graham has experience working across a a variety of use cases, ensuring organisational strategy is effectively translated into sustainable change to technology and operations. He has extensive experience working in heavily regulated environments ensuring that Operational Resilience of services can be demonstrated through an understanding of process linked to risks and controls.
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