Toyota bundles some of its separate IT units into one company.
General Motors is reversing gears and will bring more IT functions in-house in coming years, according to a report by the Reuters news agency. The US automaker, which currently outsources about 90 pc of its IT services, plans to hire thousands of software developers, database experts and other IT staff to manage more of its Read More..
Siemens said it wants to expand its industrial software business and hopes a reorganization will help it do so. “Software for industrial processes, in-depth vertical expertise and technology based service are crucial to increasing our customers’ productivity,” said Siegfried Russwurm, CEO of Siemens’ Industry Sector. “We will continue to put all our efforts into developing Read More..