Re-imagine what’s possible in supply chain planning
The Self-Healing Supply Chain is here. And it’s revolutionizing supply chain planning performance. Using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, self-healing supply chains can automatically detect and correct issues, improving design, planning and execution performance.
Joshua Greenbaum, Principal at Enterprise Applications Consulting, and Trevor Miles, Thought Leader at Kinaxis, explore how this new concept pushes supply chain planning beyond today’s reality.
In this on-demand webinar, they discuss:
- What a self-healing supply chain is and the technology and concepts behind it
- How companies like Schneider Electric and MSD (known as Merck & Co., Inc. in the US and Canada) are using and benefiting from it
- Practical advice on what it takes to implement your own self-healing supply chain and how to get started
Joshua Greenbaum, Principal, Enterprise Applications Consulting
Joshua Greenbaum is principal at Enterprise Applications Consulting. He is a seasoned IT expert, consultant and author with more than 30 years' experience in the industry. Joshua has expertise in enterprise applications, advanced technologies, software development, infrastructure, delivery and deployment technologies. He works closely with end-user organizations and major vendors helping to bridge the gaps between technology and business.
Trevor Miles, Thought Leader, Kinaxis
Trevor Miles serves as an expert source - both internally for Kinaxis, as well as for customers, prospects, industry analysts and journalists. Known throughout the supply chain field, he has published many articles and presented at various industry events. Trevor helps Kinaxis seek new market opportunities within the company's distinctive competence and is instrumental in the company's competitive and market intelligence, guiding the overall market positioning and priorities for RapidResponse. Having lived, worked, and studied in Canada, the United States, Europe and Africa, Trevor brings a global perspective to market needs and customer requirements.