August 17, 2022


Business Activity

GM introduces software platform Ultifi as business model changes

In its very first massive transfer to expand into a software program firm, Typical Motors is introducing a new software package platform it created called Ultifi.

The automaker will start putting Ultifi (all-tee-fy) on some inner combustion and electric autos beginning with the 2023 design 12 months with the hope that it aids boost consumer loyalty to GM cars and opens up new channels to profits past car or truck profits.

“Ultifi is a major, significant phase in our software package system,” Scott Miller, GM’s vice president of software-described autos explained Wednesday. “These days, cars are enabled by application, with Ultifi, autos will be described by it.”

Past week, Alan Wexler, GM’s senior vice president of innovation and advancement, declared that GM has a new business product that extends beyond the components of constructing vehicles, to becoming a software package system innovator.