[Fraser, MI - May 17, 2011] AIM Computer Solutions, a leader in automotive-specific ERP solutions for the small to medium sized automotive component supplier, is proud to be sponsoring the 2011 AIAG [Automotive Industry Action Group] Networking Golf Outing on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at The Inn at St. John's in Livonia. The annual event brings together automotive suppliers and guests to celebrate the value of their common industry.
The original AIAG Charter reads: "The Automotive Industry Action Group is a globally recognized organization founded in 1982 by a group of visionary managers from Chrysler, Ford Motor Company, and General Motors. The purpose: To provide an open forum where members cooperate in developing and promoting solutions that enhances the prosperity of the automotive industry. AIAG's focus is to continuously improve business processes and practices involving trading partners throughout the supply chain."
"The impact of the AIAG's work is impressive. Long before the 'buzzword' Supply Chain Management [SCM] was in place, the AIAG helped bring standards into the x12 and later with Odette EDIFACT world for use in the automotive supply chain, "says Jerry Czernel, VP Operations , AIM Computer Solutions. "Without the AIAG, there would be no neutral ground to explore tradeoffs on the issues for standards in EDI, labels and other uses of technology to provide improvements to the administration of SCM."
"As a 25 year member of the AIAG, AIM has a perspective on the great value of this organization, and encourages their automotive base to join, and participate in AIAG activities, "concluded Czernel.
About AIM Computer Solutions, Inc.
AIM is the industry leader for a complete ERP software solution tailored to the small to medium sized repetitive manufacturers with a focus on automotive suppliers. AIM Vision® provides a single source for automotive EDI integration into production scheduling complete with demand smoothing to accommodate work schedules, and lean manufacturing and supply chain management
AIM is a proud member of GPUG, Automation Alley and the Automotive Industry Action Group