Quyntess invited a supply chain collaboration expert to talk about the future of supply chain networks. In the 2nd part of the Digital Transformation leader series.

We talk more about the future of your business and the ability to thrive in a world where: workforce is evolving, everything is connected, mobile is becoming default, exchange & sharing of data is a commodity.

Learn how you can innovate benefiting from open business networks. Agility, adapting to change and new business models based on sharing are becoming more important than cost savings and lead time reductions..

Webinar details:

Date September 14th, 2017
Time 4 p.m. CEST | 7 a.m. PT 
Duration 30 minutes 
Sponsored by Quyntess

 

5 reasons why you should register:

  • Learn more about networked models for your business and/or supply chain
  • Live interaction in Panel discussion with like-minded professionals about the future of supply chains
  • Learn how you can disrupt the traditional ways of doing business
  • Insights how a lean and agile suppy chain looks in real-life
  • Find out what the benefit is of working in the cloud vs stand-alone

Register now for this live webinar!
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The presenters:

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Melvin Tiao (Host), Supply Chain Geek at Quyntess

Melvin is committed in becoming knowledgeable in the supply chain area. He sends out daily tweets about: Logistics, Internet of Things, (Retail) Marketing and Supply Chain related topics. He blogs, organizes SCM Expert workshops and you might find him networking on a Supply Chain and Logistics event close to you.

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Roeland Vermeulen (Panel), Supply Chain Expert at Quyntess

Roeland is a real Supply Chain Senior working in the supply chain arena already for many years. The focus in all these years has been on implementing and unveilling the power and added value of supply chain collaboration in complex supply chains.