Free Town Hall: Achieving Supply Chain Transparency for Agile & Responsive Planning
Seeing is believing. We all know visibility into demand and supply is critical for any supply chain, particularly with the various disruptions we have faced over the last 2 years. But what separates good supply chains from great supply chains is transparency - the ability to share information across functions and form actionable responses. That is what drives responsiveness, agility, and a real competitive edge. Join this free webinar and Q&A to learn how leading organizations are moving beyond visibility to true supply chain transparency and the benefits they’ve netted as a result. Plus, get your questions answered by our panel of expert practitioners.
The importance of transparency in supply chains
How transparency make supply chains more responsive and agile
Moving beyond visibility to transparency, and why it matters
Practical tips to facilitate information sharing and cross-functional collaboration
The tangible benefits gained from achieving supply chain transparency
Imane Sabeh, CPF
Associate Director of Global S&OP
KBI Biopharma (a JSR Company)
Imane Sabeh is a Supply Chain expert specializing in S&OP with extensive experience covering demand planning, supply planning, and product lifecycle planning at companies including Clorox, Coca-Cola, PODS and Sunbrella. She currently works as an Associate Director of S&OP at KBI Biopharma. Prior to this, she worked as Global S&OP Manager with Teleflex Incorporated where she managed key medical device portfolios in the fields of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesia. Imane is an IBF Certified Professional Forecaster (CPF) and holds an MBA in Supply Chain Management and Marketing Strategy from the University of South Florida.
Michael Morris, CPF
Forecasting, Demand Planning, S&OP
Fujifilm Irvine Scientific
Michael Morris is an experienced supply chain and planning leader, currently leading forecasting, demand planning and S&OP at FUJIFILM Irvine Scientific. Prior to this, he served as Manager of Inventory-Product Service and Parts at Yamaha Corporation, and Manager of Inventory Control and Forecasting at Yokohama Tire Corporation, where he rebuilt the company’s forecasting process. Michael is ASCM and CPF certified.
Director, Aftermarket Planning and Strategy
Erin Marchant is the Director, Aftermarket Planning and Strategy at Collins Aerospace, located outside of Dayton, OH. She has over a decade of varied experience in Supply Chain, from strategic sourcing to material planning, production scheduling to her favorite area, demand management. Erin holds a B.S. in Economics from Heidelberg University, an MBA from Ashland University and a M.S. in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management from Kent State University.
Industry Marketing Director
As Industry Marketing Director for Kinaxis, Manda Schweitzer-Miller is passionate about helping leaders understand how to apply smart supply chain technology and solutions to thrive in uncertain times. Joining Kinaxis in 2019, Manda brings over a decade of experience in enterprise technology. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and a Masters in Strategic Communication from American University in Washington, D.C.