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As a firm offering all the solutions required by companies in their Industry4.0 journey under the single roof of canias4.0 technologies brand, IAS has successfully completed a project of the new generation fully-integrated automotive manufacturing factory, GGM, where industry 4.0 technologies are utilized. Manufactured using caniasERP technologies, the company's Hyundai Casper car has been introduced to users. Being preferred by Moon Jae-in, the President of South Korea, the car has become one of the most popular products in the country!
IAS South Korea and its partner Dfocus started the first phase studies of the project at Hyundai Motor Company & GwangJu Global Motors (GGM) as of 2020. The company has shifted to live use of the finance group modules, project module and human resources module as of 2021. All end-to-end production processes were put into live use simultaneously with the factory and the project was successfully completed since September 2021. Hyundai Casper, the new generation car of South Korea manufactured with the help of caniasERP, a corporate resource planning solution offered under the roof of canias4.0 technologies, has been introduced to the market in compact SUV category with its 1000 cc engine capacity. Annual capacity for Casper cars manufactured at Gwangju Global Motors factory was planned as 100,000 cars. The new generation car promoted with slogan 'Case by Casper' and manufactured with advanced technology, has attracted considerable attention of users. It was announced that the amount of the purchase orders received by the company on the day the car was introduced to the market, was beyond their three-month production capacity. Hyundai was quite influenced by the positive feedback received by the car, which was referred as the 'president's car' in the country and announced its plans to introduce the electrical version of Casper in 2023. Having carried out a successful project with IAS South Korea and its partner Dfocus, Hyundai GGM indicated that it would use the project as a 'Reference Project' for similar business models in other countries.