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April 17, 2019
1PM CDT // 11 AM PDT

Supply Chain Planning with Graph

April 17, 2019 - 1 PM CDT // 11 AM PDT

Understand the differences between supply chain visibility, traceability, and transparency. Learn what graph is and how it can create a unified view across digital and physical supply chain processes, yielding more prescriptive supply chain decision making. Use Graph + ML to improve demand forecasting and production planning, while reducing inventory and operating costs. Focus areas include, inventory, routing, predictive analytics, device & fleet management, materials, and more.

Cut Costs & Optimize Revenue with Supply Chain Technology

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Supply Chain 
Planning with Graph

April 17, 2019 - 1 PM CDT // 11 AM PDT

Understand the differences between supply chain visibility, traceability, and transparency. Learn what graph is and how it can create a unified view across digital and physical supply chain processes, yielding more prescriptive supply chain decision making. Use Graph + ML to improve demand forecasting and production planning, while reducing inventory and operating costs. Focus areas include, inventory, routing, predictive analytics, device & fleet management, materials, and more.

Cut Costs, Optimize Revenue with Supply Chain Technology

What You Will Learn

  • Challenges -  Model the supply chain as a graph to simplify the complexity of highly connected data.
  • Relationships - View BOMs, products, components and recipes from source to final destination.
  • Analytics - Analyze the entire supply chain through meaningful KPIs and anomaly alerts.
  • Planning - Map actuals to plan to view actionable events and alternative paths.
  • What-if Modeling - Create and model alternatives with data to see impacts before they are implemented.
  • Optimization - Balance supply & demand, predict shortages, and suggest best routes with graph and machine learning

Brian is a seasoned veteran in project management and solutions. He architected and managed solution implementations for dozens of telecommunications, insurance, banking, financial services, retail and high tech customers in the Fortune 500. Brian was also responsible for product strategy and customer support as Chief Product Officer at Iconixx. Here at Expero, Brian works on special projects including our growing supply chain resources. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.

What You Will Learn

  • Challenges -  Model the supply chain as a graph to simplify the complexity of highly connected data.
  • Relationships - View BOMs, products, components and recipes from source to final destination.
  • Analytics - Analyze the entire supply chain through meaningful KPIs and anomaly alerts.
  • Planning - Map actuals to plan to view actionable events and alternative paths.
  • What-if Modeling - Create and model alternatives with data to see impacts before they are implemented.
  • Optimization - Balance supply & demand, predict shortages, and suggest best routes with graph and machine learning.

This Webinar is Presented by: 
Brian Thompson

Supply Chain 
Online Seminar

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