Supply Chain Execution has been in the digital wilderness for far too long. Tweaking. Iterating. Making minor adjustments to slow… clunky…disjointed systems.
To deliver for your customers, you must have a full picture of your network by integrating and assessing your disparate logistics, transportation & warehouse data. This will allow you to proactively spot and overcome capacity crunches for your customers. Fail to do this and your customers will go elsewhere to someone they can depend on.
With supply chain execution now central to business-success, supply chain executives must embrace a digital mindset and accept that this isn’t just a buzz phrase but a requirement for a modern, data-driven customer-centric supply chain execution process.
Join us in October as we consider people, process, technology and partners to drive operational efficiency across your transportation and warehouse network.
Be a part of the movement - mark your calendars for the 6th & 7th of October!
Robert Sanchez Chairman & CEO Ryder System
Colin Yankee EVP, CSCO Tractor Supply Company
Scott Price President, International UPS
Robert Walpole Vice President, Cargo Operations & Logistics Delta Air Lines
Sandra MacQuillan EVP & CSCO Mondelēz International
Scott Sureddin CEO DHL Supply Chain North America
Annie Adams EVP & Chief Transformation Officer Norfolk Southern
Edward Barriball Partner McKinsey & Company
Erik Caldwell President, Last Mile XPO Logistics
William Falstich Vice President, Global Supply Chain - Sterile Injectable Hospital Business Pfizer
Jason Reiman SVP, CSCO The Hershey Company
Peder Tuborgh CEO Arla Foods
Achieve Customer Retention through an Enhanced Delivery Experience
Keep your supply chains moving through reliable access to transportation & warehouse capacity
Data & Systems Integration
Unleash the full power of your transportation network by getting all your data in one place for it to be analyzed effectively
Collaboration & Change Management
Drive towards a singular goal by getting all your stakeholders on the same page
For your supply chain to survive in these times, the industry must come together to understand both risk and opportunity.
Supply Chain Execution 2021 will unite key leaders from across all areas of supply chains, to provide leadership, build partnerships and shed light on the defining issue of our time.
Supply Chain Leaders from all Industry Verticals:
Senior Execs from Logistics & Transportation Providers:
Technology Evangelists and Specialists including:
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