Recommended procurement webinar 10/23: Are you really MANAGING Procurement? (Or Does Stuff Just Happen…) (Per Angus… https://t.co/7mxxwtQSK2
Featuring: Joel Beal Co-Founder & CEO, Alloy
Hosted by: Scott W. Luton, CSCP, LSSGB Founder, Supply Chain Now Radio
About the presentation: Leading supply chain organizations use true demand to increase service levels and grow sales. Especially as omni-channel commerce increases complexity and retailers put increasing pressure on consumer goods companies, managing to end-customer demand is key to keeping up with a fast changing market. Developing a single source of truth across your supply chain can help you strengthen your relationships with internal and external partners, and quickly collaborate to respond to the market, avoiding out-of-stocks and over-stocks.
Join us to learn why downstream sales and inventory visibility is critical to best-in-class supply chain organizations, and how you can start (or accelerate) leveraging it efficiently to gain a competitive advantage. We'll share best practices for advancing from data ingestion to predictive analytics to decision-making, like forecasting and product launch management.
About the featured speaker: Joel Beal is a co-founder and CEO of Alloy. Prior to Alloy, Joel was VP of Product at Addepar, a financial analytics company, and has also worked at Applied Predictive Technologies, which specializes in business analytics software for large, consumer-facing businesses. He holds an M.A. in economics from Stanford University, and a B.A. in economics and mathematics from Columbia University.
About the host: Scott Luton serves as Managing Partner for TalentStream and is a member of the ownership group. He has worked extensively in the end-to-end Supply Chain industry for more than 15 years, appearing in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Dice and Quality Progress Magazine. He founded Supply Chain Now Radio in 2017 to spotlight the best in all things Supply Chain. Connect with Scott Luton on LinkedIn and follow him on Twitter at @ScottWLuton.