Technologies have been increasingly integrated into productive systems as a strategic model to change the paradigms of the current productive structure and accelerate the process of attending market requirements. In this context, organizational interoperability allows the barriers to non-integration to be identified and promote more effective actions to contribute to cooperation between productive systems. The 4th industrial revolution – Industry 4.0 – operationalizes this integration in the sense of approaching the process and the market through the dissemination of information and effective communication among stakeholders in the supply chain. Aiming this, the required attributes for Industry 4.0 implementation must be adequately identified in order to promote the success of the supply chain evolution. The multicriteria decision analysis methods – Promethee and DEMATEL – were adopted with the purpose of evaluating and prioritizing the components of the Industry 4.0 domain and associating them with the Automotive Supply Chain domain, structured from the Organizational Interoperability perspectives. The results were generated by a survey developed with academic and industry experts from the automotive supply. As a result, it was possible to identify which Automotive Supply Chain attributes are most influenced by the elements of Industry 4.0, finally allowing a greater understanding throughout interrelations between such domains.
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