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$4.25 million Annual Savings from “Smarter” Sourcing and Designs for Global Solar Equipment Manufacturer

A U.S. based global solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturer was aggressively expanding its business into new markets in India, Africa, Australia, South Europe, and the Middle East.

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However, the company lacked the ready resources to rapidly design to local standards and meet cost pressures from increasing competition. Genpact helped this client become more “intelligent” by putting in place smarter sourcing and design processes that improved the current design, decreased time to market by four months, and produced over $4 million dollars in annual savings. This collaborative use of Genpact’s ready-to-deploy engineering resources put this client back on track to not just compete in its new markets, but outcompete.


 

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