WORLD DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN IN INDUSTRY 4.0 VIRTUAL FORUM 2021
JUNE 14-15 | ONLINE EVENT
Supply Chain 4.0 relates and affects supply chain and logistics by: having a dramatic effect on how businesses are able to improve their systems, integrate more concise applications and make more effective real time decisions. All of this creates crucial challenges for businesses. Like, how to stay competitive in the market with such rapid transformation, lessons learnt from past experiences or what are the ways to gain from the technological change in a changing environment.
Industry 4.0 is characterized by its speed, magnitude and depth. It is important keeping up to date with the latest trends, information, and technological innovations helping businesses to adapt and grow in new and exciting ways to face market challenges. The global reach that industry 4.0 is having, drives innovation enabling companies to meet customer demands while staying profitable. Major companies now have a different way of looking at business and through market coopitition it is this that helps to drive the next technological revolution.
Join us in this 2-day event to get ready for the journey and hear the best practices from +14 speakers around the globe.
We will be introducing Supply Chain 4.0 as a virtual option to ensure innovations are still able to happen during these trying times. Allowing real-time live Online streaming, ensuring knowledge can be shared and contacts can be made, even in these challenging times.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
VPs, Directors, Heads, Managers of:
Business Excellence Process Improvement
Business Process Management (BPM)
Business Performance Improvement
Advanced Distribution Management
Continuous Improvement Quality
Manufacturing Driven Processes
Global Supply Chain Economy
Manufacturing Coordination and Production Excellence
Finance, Banking, Insurance
Financial Institutions and Financial Services
Airlines and Hotel Groups
Oil and Gas Companies
E-Commerce and Internet Business
Power & Energy
E-commerce Information technology
Manufacturing Companies Supply chain