EyeForAuto, the dedicated brand for Automotive E-Business information, today released more details on its eagerly-awaited strategy conference, 'EyeForAuto USA 2000' which takes place in the heart of Silicon Valley on Nov 29 - Dec 1.

The EyeForAuto series, previously known as 'E-commerce Automotive' brings together the leaders in E-Business for the Automotive industry on three continents three times a year.

Now the series comes back to the USA on Nov 29 - Dec 1 to discuss Web-Based Supply Chain Management and Internet-based Exchanges, online CRM, Telematics, and the E-Aftermarket with the best line up of speakers yet -- with over 40 industry CEO's and leaders already confirmed to speak so far.

"This will be our biggest conference and technology exhibition yet," says EyeForAuto Senior Editor and Detroit-based journalist, Tim Moran, who adds: "In the end, Automotive E-Business simply is business. It's the business of embracing the disruptive technology driving this change called the Internet. It's the business of maximizing your competitive strengths and minimizing your weaknesses, faster ... E-Business for the Automotive industry is about taking advantage of exciting new opportunities for cost-reduction and profit."

Confirmed speakers on Supply Chain, Exchanges, Aftermarket and CRM already include:

Irv Miller, Head of E-Commerce at Toyota Motor Sales USA, Bill MacFarlane, CIO of Siemens Automotive, John Kay, E-Business Director of TRW, Dan Bonawitz, VP of Honda Motor Co, Rich Pearlman, VP of Telematics for Denso North America, Tom Orbe, General Manager of E-commerce, Infiniti Corp, Tom Peyton, Senior E-commerce Manager for Daimler Chrysler, Thomas Evans, CEO of Collins and Aikman Corp, and JC Collins, Retail Marketing Manager for Ford Division.

Also speaking on Telematics will be: Steve Millstein President of ATX Technologies, Mike Maloney, VP of Advanced Technology for Lear Corp, Bruce Radloff, CIO of Onstar, Jon Bucci, Head of Telematics, Toyota Motor Sales USA, and Saibal Sen, Director, Motorola Telematics Division to name a few.

The conference also includes a free plant tour on Nov 29 of the Joint GM and Toyota NUMMI plant in nearby Fremont, CA for the first 50 registrants for the conference and workshops.

To link to the Eyeforauto event, please click here