Bosch wants to be technical leader in e-commerce

April 2000
Automotive News;4/24/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5871, p36O
Trade Publication
Interviews Hermann Scholl, chairman of the board of Germany-based automotive supplier Robert Bosch GmbH. Main goal of electronic commerce; Further improvements in customer satisfaction; Emphasis on the increased efficiency of the product development process.


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