EPC software manufacturer FACTON is presenting its solutions for enterprise-wide product costing at the Cost Engineering Summit in Fulda on October 30, 2019. FACTON CEO Alexander M. Swoboda will be discussing the impact new mobility trends have on production in the automotive sector.
The title of this year’s Cost Engineering Summit on October 30, 2019 in Fulda is “Opportunity in Crisis – Engineering Excellence and Transparent Costs for More Revenues”. This is a new event targeted at production industry businesses that use cost engineering to pursue a robust cost strategy and comprehensive product and project cost management.
Enterprise Product Costing (EPC) vendor FACTON is exhibiting at the Cost Engineering Summit and will be presenting its solutions for enterprise-wide product costing there. Alexander M. Swoboda, CEO of FACTON, will be lecturing on the “Future of Mobility” immediately following the event opening. He will outline the four mobility trends Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric (abbreviated as: CASE) and how they are influencing production and profitability in the automotive industry. “We are convinced that enterprise-wide collaboration is the only way for businesses to achieve the best possible value for customers while simultaneously minimizing costs. Collaborative cost management is a key feature of our EPC software,” says Alexander M. Swoboda regarding his company’s participation in the event.
The Cost Engineering Summit is targeted at executives in the development, design engineering, purchasing and sales departments at manufacturing companies. The event will take place at the Maritim Hotel am Schlossgarten Fulda situated in the gardens opposite the palace. The conference language is German. FACTON is offering guests who are interested in attending the event a 20 percent discount on the Cost Engineering Summit participation fee. https://www.facton.com/de/rabatt-cost-engineering-summit-2019