THEME OF THE CONFERENCE:

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the broad range of activities required to plan, control and execute a product’s flow from materials to production to distribution in the most economical way possible. Integrating the planning and execution of processes required to optimize the flow of materials, information and capital in functions that broadly include demand planning, sourcing, production, inventory management and logistics, or storage and transportation. But to keep all these processes in flow is the main concern as any change disrupts this flow. During these two days, we examine the changes brought about by market conditions and technologies specially those brought about by this pandemic.

This event is mainly focused on participants from SE Asia and India; hence the start and end times have been chosen for the convenience of participants from these time zones.
START TIME: IST 09:00; SGT 11:30; 13:30 AEST
END TIME: IST 13:30; SGT 15:30; 17:30 AEST

Programme Structure

UNDERSTANDING THE NEW REALITIES

  • Risk Management & Resolution

IMPROVING THE PROCESSES

Technologies:

  • IoT to make supply chain more intelligent and automated
  • Cloud – data driven insights to connect an increasingly complex ecosystem and optimise business processes
  • Network services, integration services, managed services and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications
  • Digitalisation in Supply Chain

DATA DRIVING SUPPLY CHAIN

BLOCKCHAIN IN SUPPLY CHAIN

CIRCULAR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

  • Reverse supply chain
  • Digitalisation in Supply Chain
  • Systems and value.

SOURCING APPROACHES

  • Single Supplier vs Multi Supplier
  • COVID & Cold Chain – Vaccine to All
  • Supply Chain Network – Analysis & Design
  • Supply Chain in India – comparative study
  • Sustainability & Social responsibility
  • Green supply chain and sustainability

RE-CONNECT

  • Recovery: What’s coming next – “Just in Time” supply chain
  • Operations Management – Business Process Integration
  • Crisis in efficiency to resilience
  • Achieving supply chain resiliency: how to adapt to long-term global disruption

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