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This free webinar is led by Tim Hotze, SVP at Target Corp., Keynote speaker at IBF’s flagship Business Planning, Forecasting and S&OP Conference in Orlando (October 16-19, 2018). Tim will share how cutting-edge S&OP, Analytics, Data Science and Demand Planning have transformed this brick and mortar stalwart into a major force in eCommerce. He will discuss the retail landscape, Omnichannel challenges and opportunities, and reveal invaluable best practices that you can use in your own organization.
If you work in Omnichannel, you know that multiple fulfilment options mean more volatility and uncertainty – join this webinar to learn how Omnichannel leaders like Target mitigate this risk whilst maximizing all available opportunities. Make no mistake, this is a rare opportunity to learn from a genuine S&OP innovator.
Get clarity on where the retail industry is going, the skillsets required in this evolving landscape, the technology and tools used by best-in-class companies, and how to integrate insight into a truly modern S&OP process. You will learn how your organization can an adapt to this new paradigm with real-life case studies from an eCommerce giant. Plus, learn how Target leverages specific technologies and methodologies to improve forecasting and planning, including insight into Machine Learning and what forecasting automation means for the Demand Planning role.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from one the most-forward thinking leaders in Demand and Supply Chain Management. Register your place for this free webinar now.
*THIS IS A VOIP ONLY SESSION.*
You will need a headset or computer speakers to hear audio.
Tim Hotze is Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Global Intelligence for Target. He oversees Target’s future Supply Chain intelligence products as well as end-to-end operational functions for Network and Topology Planning, S&OP, and Guest Order and Availability Management. Before joining Target in November 2017, Tim held a number of leadership roles at Amazon covering Supply Chain Execution, Capacity Planning and Management, Inventory Placement and Labor Planning. He also spent more than a decade at Panalpina World Transport where he had responsibility for worldwide logistics and Supply Chain solutions as well as innovation management. He sat on the board of The Warehouse Education and Research Council and currently sits on the Advisory Board for the Institute of Business Forecasting and Planning (IBF). Tim holds a joint Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering, Logistics and Supply Chain from the University of Technology in Darmstadt (Germany).