Oct. 18, 2011
-- Automakers have heightened their emphasis on infotainment as people have become more dependent on smartphone features. According to one major automaker, Infotainment ranks in the top 5 of desirable features, and 70% of customers expect Infotainment in their vehicles. This trend is driving growth for Persis Consulting as auto companies look to innovative firms like Persis to collaborate with and rapidly deliver these high value initiatives.
Persis continues to grow its presence in the Telematics market, working with multiple automakers to dnveq develop Infotainment solutions. A recent article in the Detroit Free Press highlighted Cadillac’s 2012 Infotainment platform. Persis displayed the initial framework developed for GM utilizing Verizon LTE wideband channel at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Persis is working with GM to develop new Infotainment prototypes for the 2012 CES event.
Persis also expanded its Telematics service offerings by successfully completing the Management Control Systems Packages (MCSP) process at GM. As a result of this initiative, Persis will add jobs in its office in Rochester Hills, and other locations around the country. Visit www.persisconsulting.com and click on the Careers link to learn about job openings.