The acceleration of digitalisation further supports the availability of data with the combination of advanced analytical tools giving a unique opportunity to get a deeper understanding of supply chain performance transforming the flood of data from the supply chain into valuable opportunities for customer experience and bottom-line impact. Digitalisation has emerged as one of the critical factors in the supply chain that has spelled success for many companies in the last two years. It continues to be the cornerstone of the Supply Chain as the situation keeps changing and brings even more challenges to the Supply Chain.
Building on a session 12 months back our speakers will share further insights on use cases that we have materialised by leveraging the power of data analytics.
As an outcome we expect participants to take away a selection of highly applicable use cases that drive real supply chain performance and cost impact.
3.45 pm Webinar Waiting Room Opens
4.00 pm Welcome Remarks by Ms Persa Chowdhury, EuroCham
4.05 pm Opening Remarks by Mr David Ringrose Vice President – APAC Region – Service Logistics, DHL Supply Chain
4:10 pm Presentations
4.55 pm Moderated Q&A and Panel Discussion by Mr David Ringrose Vice President – APAC Region – Service Logistics, DHL Supply Chain
5:25 pm Closing Remarks by Mr David Ringrose co-Chair of EuroCham’s Supply Chain Committee
Mr Gowtham Raj
Senior Data Scientist
DHL Innovation Centre
Gowtham has a Master’s in Supply Chain Management from the National University of Singapore. He specializes in Supply Chain Analytics and has over 10 years of experience working in the Manufacturing, Mining and Logistics Industries. Gowtham has led several successful projects collaborating with internal and external customers and has built data solutions to improve efficiency and reduce cost.
Ms Mei Pang
Mei Pang is the Lead for Supply Chain Operations across the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. She combines a senior consulting background with deep supply chain industry experience.
Prior to Accenture, Mei was the Global Consulting Practice Partner for Supply Chain and Analytics at DHL. She was also Head of DHL Innovation APAC; having set up DHL’s first innovation centre outside of Germany setting the innovation agenda for the industry.
Mei is a CPA and is getting a master of business analytics from NYU Stern Business School.
Mr David Patrick Ringrose
Aftermarket Service Logistics
DHL Supply Chain, Asia Pacific Region
David has spent the last 20 years in the supply chain industry working across multiple geographies mainly with DHL Supply Chain. David began his career in supply chain management in planning for FMCG brands and progressed to operations management running large-scale manufacturing logistics in Ireland and Eastern Europe where he established and operated the contract logistics business unit. Based in Singapore since 2009, David focuses on emerging markets and more recently on large-scale digital supply chain transformation projects across the Asia Pacific.
David graduated from the National University of Singapore Executive Master of Business Administration – Asia Pacific Markets program and holds a BSc. Economics (Hons.) and has also completed APICS Supply Chain Management certification. David is Co-Chair of the European Chamber Supply Chain Committee and is also a member of the Singapore Institute of Directors.
Student tickets are available for this event.
Students from partnering universities are invited to join, free of charge. Partnering universities; NUS, NTU, SMU, SIT, SUSS, SUTD, EDHEC, ESSEC, IMD & INSEAD.
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