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Webinar: Understanding your Supply Chain Process

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WEBINAR DATE/TIME

Thursday, April 17, 2019 at 8:00 AM Pacific (11:00 AM Eastern).

ABOUT THE WEBINAR

Globalization has become an undeniable part of commerce over the last few decades. Large and small, public or commercial organizations have grown to source labour and parts from national and international locations. Supply chains have had to keep in step, passing through numerous suppliers to obtain goods and services most efficiently and cost effectively. Supply chains are growing more complex over time as evidenced and witnessed by the growth of transportation and logistics companies that service the transportation needs. 

We only become consciously aware of how little we know of our supply chain process when abnormal events occur that disrupt the smooth operation of the supply chain.

During our webcast we will be focusing on the following: 
  • How client’s can document their Supply Chain: For example, any procurement and supply team that does not have a good understanding of its supply chain, will be unable to identify , mitigate and avoid risk.  This is a major concern for the organization. 
  • Understand Impact, and Lineage Analysis: Allows an organization to visualize, walk-through and audit the steps in a client’s supply chain. 
  • Socialization and Communication. The business can now validate the steps and the documented supply chain then becomes a record of what needs to be done, for normal business operations or should abnormal events occur. 
Please join Sandhill for this webcast focusing on how to mitigate risk in your supply chain by building transparency, resilience, and optimizing your supply chain. 

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Jog Raj, Senior Consultant
Sandhill Consultants
With a wealth of 20+ years experience Jog Raj is has been actively engaged in the Enterprise Architecture and Business Process field in a variety of roles and responsibilities. During his many years of time working in EA and BP he has developed a broad spectrum of knowledge and experience; having previously worked on the development of solutions and methodologies around EA/BP as well as delivering consultancy in client facing engagements. www.linkedin.com/in/jog-raj

Jeffrey Giles, Principal Architect
Sandhill Consultants
Jeffrey Giles is Principal Architect at Sandhill Consultants. Jeff has over 15 years experience in Information Technology and is recognized as Sr Data Management Professional. Jeffrey has been a guest lecturer on Enterprise Architecture at the Boston University School of Management. Information management experience includes customizing Enterprise Architecture frameworks, creating model driven solution architecture for business intelligence projects. Modeling experience includes modeling and analysis of business process workflow, modeling data at the conceptual, logical, and physical levels, and UML application modeling. Possesses knowledge of both transactional and data warehousing systems. Understands the alignment of business, data, applications and technology. Has been involved in designing data governance standards, data glossaries and taxonomies.

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