SAP’s Global Industry Adviser, Ellen Sasson shares her thoughts on women in automotive
Ever wondered why global speakers chose to attend an event?
SAP’s Global Industry Adviser, Ellen Sasson shares her thoughts on women in automotive!
Why are you speaking at the Women Automotive Summit?
There is a massive change afoot in the world of mobility involving automakers for sure but also cities and governments and utilities and telcos. Working for enterprise software vendor SAP, I see the change holistically and want to speak about the impact of mobility on all sectors of the economy including automotive manufacturing.
Why do you think such an event is important to the industry?
There needs to be more collaboration across countries and continents on the topic of mobility and Transportation as a Service. Women are at the forefront of the move to mobility.
What will you be speaking about / contributing to the event?
How automotive transformation is about inter-company, inter-country collaboration and women impact collaboration in a huge way.
What is the most challenging issue currently affecting the automotive industry?
Getting the right talent to lead the transformation.
What do think the future holds?
If we can get in front of artificial intelligence/autonomy and make it work for us as human beings, the world will continue to be an amazing place. Women in automobility are critical to taking care of the future of humanity.
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I am a firm believer that we must welcome change as the rule but not as our ruler. Bernd Leukert, former SAP Board Member
Thanks to: SAP’s Global Industry Adviser, Ellen Sasson
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