How do retailers, owners and investors respond to the omni-channel revolution in their bricks-and-motar strategy? Darren Searle, Head of Development Australia, LOGOS Group and Christine Miller, Head of Supply Chain, CBRE, join us on the ASCI Lounge to nut out this hot topic.
This interview with ASCI Corporate Member, Mike Reed, Oliver Wight Asia Pacific, offers compelling reasons to attend the upcoming Strategy Executive via IBP conference to be held on 17 September 2018 at Pullman Melbourne on the Park. View the program here: https://akolade.com.au/events/strategy-execution-via-ibp/
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This is the second in a four part series in response to the ASCI report findings from The State of Supply Chain Management with insights from ASCI Member: Dan Majman, Head of Operations and Supply Chain, Mercator.
We currently live in the era of customer experience and supply chains are required to be more agile and flexible in order to provide a more personalised experience. In addition, supply uncertainty and complexity have created a larger risk profile for Australian supply chains. And, last but not least, physical and administrative automation and digitalisation require more knowledge and understanding of supply chain principles by each of the supply chain operators from the warehouse worker, truck driver, demand planner, inventory planner all the way up to the CEO.So where exactly are we vulnerable?
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This is the first in a four part series in response to the ASCI report findings from The State of Supply Chain Management where 55% of ASCI Members said they're integrating their production plans across business functions. If you're in supply chain management and supply chain planning roles this spotlight interview on IBP/S&OP with Mike Reed is a must.
Mike Reed is Managing Partner at Oliver Wight Asia Pacific. He has specialist expertise in strategy management, product & portfolio management and Integrated Business Planning/Sales & Operations Planning. Prior to joining Oliver Wight, Mike accumulated 30 years hands-on experience in industry in a variety of production, operations and corporate roles with multi-national firms Unilever, Mars and Simplot.
Drawing from its rich 50-year history as a not for profit member-based organisation in supply chain education, ASCI is a neutral entity and well positioned to take on the accreditation representation for the supply chain industry, making available the first evidence-based practitioner registrations for supply chain in Australia. Dr Pieter Nagel, CEO-Professionalisation, ASCI, shares the key points in this interview. To find out more, download our information pack: http://eepurl.com/dwzIE1
Daniel Majman is the Head of Supply Chain & Operations at Mercator. Download our podcast to hear about what he will be discussing at the ASCI2018 Conference in the logistics sector and what he is looking forward to seeing. Mercator is the largest supplier of air movement products in the Australian market.
You can visit the ASCI2018 conference website here: http://www.asci2018.com
Hear from Joe Wrightman, Regional Sales Manager, SYSPRO. For more information or to get in touch with Joe, please visit the SYSPRO website.
In this podcast interview, Tim Williamson, Regional Director for Logility Asia Pacific, talks to ASCI host Monique Fenech about the significant inventory optimisation project Ashley Furniture undertook and the results that come from such an undertaking.
Joe Wrightman from SYSPRO Software shares his expert knowledge on the returns companies are experiencing from the Internet of Things and shares the transition into the latest thinking around Industry 4.0