Coming out of the worst economic downturn that any of us working today have ever seen, we’re all looking now for strategies to grow again even as we continue to control costs.
So if there is one place where you can lower costs yet improve service, grow cash flow and decrease working capital, reduce risks and drive premiums, increase earnings per share or return on investment, and even create a competitive advantage, do you know where it would be? We have two words for you. Supply Chain.
Presentation Title: "Dell's Supply Chain Transformation: Then & Now"
Mr. Canady will share Dell's approach to Supply Chain management and how Dell has revamped its supply chain to reinvigorate its global competitive position. He will share elements of their strategy that makes Dell unique and keeps the company at the top of AMR Research's "Top 25 in Supply Chain," an annual and prestigious award.
Presentation Title: "Integrated Supply Chain Management in a Global Marketplace"
In Timken's industrial manufacturing business, global procurement and management of manufacturing footprint drives not only material cost position, but also directly impacts Timken's supply chain complexity and cash requirements. Tim will present how global supply chain integration enhances Timken's operational and financial results.
Presentation Title: "True Value Creation Across the Supply Chain"
As distributor, Dealer Tire lives and dies by the efficiency of their supply chain. Ms. Marcotte will share her vision for Dealer Tire's supply chain and how they structure strategy and execution to create a win-win-win across value-chain partners such as car dealers and tire manufacturers.
Presentation Title: "Supply Chain Leaders Drive Financial Value"
Mr. Uskert will discuss what differentiates AMR Research Supply Chain Top 25 companies, the impact their approach has on their financial success, and what lessons can be learned from these supply chains.
For more information about the Supply Chain Forum, please contact Carrie Ahmed at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (330) 972-6072.