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APICS Vendor Webcasts

APICS Vendor Webcasts are free events presented by leading supply chain, operations, and information technology companies about topics of interest to supply chain and operations management professionals. All content is provided by the vendor, and APICS does not validate the material or endorse products featured in APICS Vendor Webcasts.

Please note: The vendor reserves the right to refuse participation in an event. 

  • APICS Vendor Webcast: Why S&OP and Cloud are Fundamental to End-to-End Supply Chain, Sponsored by Oracle

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    Presented by:
    Eric Domski
    VP Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Maintenance, IoT

    Date: Thursday, November 30, 2017
    Time: 11 a.m.-12 p.m. ET

    Pivoting from inside-out supply-driven operating models to outside-in demand-driven business operating models requires organizational agility and effectiveness across people process and technology elements. With the advent of the Connected Economy, though, come both new challenges and opportunities for your S&OP process.  You must be able to manage new data sources from IoT, and include your extended supply chain of sub-contractors. You must know how to leverage new analytical technologies.  The move from supply-driven balancing of supply-driven S&OP to demand-driven integrated business planning as a business growth enabler is not just a traditional supply chain process.  In this webinar, hear how you should adapt your S&OP process so you can maximize the value you capture from the Connected Economy.


    Note: This webinar will be hosted via GoToWebinar. 
  • APICS Vendor Webcast: Berry Global’s Integrated Supply Chain Transformation, Sponsored by Logility

    Berry Global’s Integrated Supply Chain Transformation

    Presented by:
    Mike Reibsamen
    Director, Integrated Supply Chain Center of Excellence
    Berry Global

    Karin Bursa
    Executive Vice President

    Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2017
    Time: 11 a.m.-12 p.m. ET

    Berry Global, a Fortune 500 company, is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of innovative engineered materials, nonwoven specialty materials and consumer packaging. After completing more than 40 acquisitions over 30 years, the company established a strategy and a roadmap to achieve an integrated end-to-end supply chain. Key to the strategy, Berry Global implemented an integrated business planning process to generate a better demand signal, increase visibility and optimize supply and production. Attend this webcast and learn how Berry Global transformed its business to gain agility, drive collaboration and synchronize its global supply chain. 


    Note: This webinar will be hosted via GoToWebinar.