Why You Should Attend!



While customer needs rapidly change due to the evolution of digital transformation, organizations are working to best accommodate by stepping up their financial analysis and demand planning strategies. As the complexity of demands grow, supply chain and finance leaders must work towards providing seamless omnichannel experiences and transactions, while properly allocating funds to align to rapid shifts in overall product mix. To achieve success, finance and supply chain leaders must collaborate effectively to get a step ahead of customer demands, financial reporting needs, and the technology that is revolutionizing the process.

Join Argyle, in partnership with QueBIT, in our 2018 Finance & Supply Chain Leadership Dinner: Supporting Business through Demand Planning. During the dinner we’ll discuss:

  • Proactivity and Forecasting – improving strategies through integrating financial analysis and predictive demand planning 
  • Developing better process flows to match customer demands 
  • Best practices for strategically allocating funds for optimal supply chain management outcomes 
  • Digital transformation’s effect on financial planning and supply chain management 
  • Training, resources, and production requirements for successful strategies

 

 

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The "2018 Finance & Supply Chain Leadership Dinner: Supporting Business through Financial Analysis and Demand Planning" in Atlanta is proudly sponsored by:

  • 6:00pm - 7:00pm Cocktail Reception
  • 7:00pm - 7:15pm Opening Remarks and Participant Introductions
  • 7:15pm - 9:00pm Roundtable Discussions & Dinner
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    1. How has digital transformation affecting supply chain management and demand planning within your organization?

    • What has been the biggest change and did you have a successful digital transition?

    2. What are some new technologies being incorporated into your strategies for demand planning and supply chain?

    • How have they helped with proactivity and overall processes?
    • Are they aiding in providing a seamless planning and supply chain process?

    3. How have you been increasing proactivity and predictive forecasting within your organization?

    • What strategies have you implemented to support business through predictive planning?

    4. How are executives developing better process flows to match customer demands?

    • How are you partnering with marketing and customer experience leaders to develop a better understand of your customers?
    • How have we seen customer demands change within the past 5-10 years?
    • What are key practices you have implemented to match the evolution of customer demands?

    5. What training, resources, and production practices are now required for successful demand planning within your organization?

    • How are you partnering with HR to ensure the right skills and talents are being recruited?
    • What new skills and talents should leaders specifically be looking for?

Participation Requirements
 

This event convenes supply chain, logistics and procurement executives that meet the following criteria:

  • Leaders at the Director-Level and above from organizations with over $100MM in annual revenue.

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