Supply chains must go from survival mode to proactive mode, with a high-performance planning, forecasting and analytics model. Accuracy of execution here will earn customer trust, loyalty and market share in the new wave of e-commerce and customer expectations. Fall behind, and risk losing the hearts, minds and spend of your customers.
With supply chain planning now central to commercial success, planning departments are set to undergo a new wave of transformative processes to switch from outdated manual data processing models to a reliable, fast and cost-effective predictive strategy.
2021 is the year to set the budgets, innovate and prepare to scale collaboratively to change the way brands plan supply chains and forecast demand, and exceed expectations of savvy, demanding customers.
Karen Smith Vice President, Global Supply Chain Operations Kontoor Brands, Inc.
Jennifer Bisceglie CEO & Founder Interos
Dave Parker VP of Best Cost Analytics Harman International
Bill Mines VP Finance, Logistics and Supply Chain Walmart
Larry Grischow SVP Supply Chain & Procurement Abercrombie & Fitch
Stefanie Smith SVP Supply Chain Home Depot
Scott Crawford Chief Merchandising Officer FreshDirect
Craig Moughler Chief Supply Chain Officer Valvoline Inc.
Mike Kennamann Director Supply Chain Planning Wilton Brands
Leslie O'Regan Sr. Manager Product Management – Transportation & Load Planning Lowe's
Justin Kim Executive Director S&OP Shiseido
Kshitij Parulekar Director Operations Planning and Analytics QVC
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