Meeting the “New Normal” in light of increasing demand and supply volatility31 March 2015 | Automotive Logistics
The automotive industry has entered a “New Normal” period, with large shifts in the landscape for demand, supply and competition. Despite dramatic improvements, automakers still operate supply chains in which real demand is not synchronized with supply.
The problem gets worse when there is a high degree of uncertainty around demand and supply. In this session the presenter will examine the current state of the industry and offer a perspective on how a well-managed supply chain puts the automaker in the driver’s seat.
In this webinar you will hear how the industry can grow under these conditions through a well-managed supply chain which:
- streamlines workflows;
- optimizes parts distribution;
- puts automotive and industrial suppliers and distributors in the driver’s seat;
- prepares automotive companies for new technologies, such as “the internet of things”.
Tuesday March 31 | 10:00 CDT | 11:00 EDT | 16:00 GMT
This webinar was presented by:
Amitabh Kumar serves as Sr. Director of Industry Strategy for JDA Software’s Manufacturing business. Amitabh has over 17 years of experience as a trusted advisor of leading companies in supply chain strategies spanning across procurement, manufacturing, order fulfillment and distribution & logistics in such diverse industries as Hi-tech, Automotive/Industrial, CPG and Metals. At JDA, he is responsible for advising companies on driving business value through efficient supply chain strategies and defining JDA’s go-to-market strategy for Manufacturing business unit. Amitabh is a thought leader and a frequent speaker at industry conferences.
Mr. Kumar holds a degree in Engineering from the University of Arizona, Tucson.
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