The Auto Intel Council — a private, membership-based organization owned and managed by Cherokee Media Group — produces quarterly Auto Intel Briefings that feature data reports, whitepapers, research and more, contributed by AIC members. These Auto Intel Briefings provide the industry and its stakeholders unique insights and perspectives on various topics driving the automotive business.
The latest quarterly Auto Intel Briefing includes insights from Auto Intel Council members KAR Global and Equifax. KAR shares a paper on how data redefines value, while Equifax shares credit trend data.
Below are links to and summaries of their thought leadership pieces.
AIC members share insights
Redefining Value in a Data-Driven World
While the idea of a one-size, fits-all approach sounds nice, it seldom works. We want our coffee made to order with specific measurements, clothing tailored for our unique body type and personalized messages and interactions from every company we purchase from.
To put it simply, we want customizable solutions and experiences that give us value — and that translates to the automotive industry, too.
At my company, KAR Global, we provide sellers and buyers across the global used vehicle industry with innovative, technology-driven remarketing solutions. We know that each customer is unique — and value can take on many different meanings ... Read more.
Equifax data on auto portfolio credit trends & auto origination credit trends
For this edition of the Auto Intel Briefing, Equifax provides two key sets of data. The first delves into the US National Consumer Credit Trends Report: Auto Portfolio, with data through June.
The second piece includes US National Consumer Credit Trends Report: Auto Originations.
More details on Auto Intel Council
The Auto Intel Council includes the leading intelligence companies in the automotive space, along with their respective economists, analysts, researchers, data scientists, communications professionals and executives.
Current members include DRN, Equfax, IBM, KAR Global, MBSi Corp. and Wells Fargo Preferred Capital.
Fore information about the AIC, contact Auto Intel Council directors Joe Overby (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Nick Zulovich (email@example.com). To receive the Auto Intel Briefing each quarter, subscribe here.