July 26, 2016 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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Supply Chain Brain - Russell Goodman
You have just spent months and possibly millions re-building the front-end of your operations to ease customer interaction and ordering. But are you really done? Have you given the same thought to your supply chain so it can handle everything from adhoc requests to bulk orders? How responsive are you to competitive threats? A combination of analytics and the right digital capabilities is critical to building agile and predictable supply chains, turning them into a competitive weapon that can return a double digit improvement in forecast accuracy.
Join Panasonic’s John McNenney (Director S&OP), Matthew T Pontelandolfo (Senior Manager Supply Chain Process Improvement), and Mantej Randhawa (Global Leader, Supply Chain Analytics at Genpact) to talk through practical solutions that forward-looking organizations are using to create future-ready, responsive supply chains.
Why attend this webinar:
1. What are the various supply chain KPIs one needs to keep an view to forecast demand, simulate inventory and control for seasonality and competition?
2. How can we use the reporting and analytics to have an integrated business plan?
3. How can analytics and digital technologies connect various elements of the supply chain so that leaders can quickly recognize the impact of business and competitive strategies?
More information about the speakers:
Supply Chain Brain - Russell Goodman - Editor-in-Chief - Twitter @SCBrain
Information about the Organizer:
Kelly Barner owns, manages, and edits Buyers Meeting Point. She has a unique perspective on procurement from the numerous roles she has held during her 15 years in procurement. Kelly worked for Ahold USA (parent company of grocery chains Stop & Shop, Hannaford, Giant Landover, and more) on their not for resale sourcing team, specializing in systems implementation and hired services category sourcing. She spent three years as the Associate Director of consulting services at Emptoris before it was acquired by IBM in 2011.