Modern supply chains are complex. Controlling, planning and optimising them requires advanced Analytics tooling. Come and join us during this breakfast session and explore Analytics solutions that match specific supply chain processes and objectives. How can you apply analytics to optimise your operational supply chain and logistics processes?
Districon and AIMMS will share their knowledge and experience. They will share multiple reference cases that illustrate how analytics has enabled companies to maximise capacity utilisation and minimise operational costs. Analytics compares multiple scenarios and takes the best decision for the company on the spot. You are invited to an interactive discussion about the state of supply chain analytics in Asia.
All ADB-DutchCham members are welcome to join this event. Registration is required and there are limited seats available.
Date and time
9 October 2018 | 8 am – 10 am
8:00 am | Registration
8:15 am | Introduction by Districon and AIMMS, during which Districon will share unique references cases from online food warehousing, fashion retail and packaging manufacturing
8:45 am | Interactive discussion about supply chain related business challenges companies are facing in the APAC region and how they can be solved using analytics
10:00 | End
541 Orchard Road, Liat Towers #12-01, 238881
More information about the speakers
Districon is the largest Dutch supply chain consulting company with 42 years of experience. After years of logistics consulting experience in the aircargo industry in Asia with clients like Changi Airport Group, they will now also establish a footprint in Asia with their unique Advanced Analytics competency.
Districon has intensive global experience combining supply chain processes knowledge with advanced analytics knowledge and tooling from descriptive to prescriptive analytics. They are using prescriptive analytics (with AIMMS software) in supply chain areas like network design, supply chain planning (forecasting & replenishment, production planning & scheduling, S&OP and IBP) and warehouse optimisation (batching, routing, slotting, tote cubing).
AIMMS helps organisations make better decisions through modeling, optimisation and data visualisation. Their mission is to bring the benefits of prescriptive analytics (optimisation) to business and society. To achieve this mission, they foster self-enablement – the ability for organisations to take full control of their analytics strategy and execution.
Cancellations within 24 hours of the event and no-shows will be charged for SGD 25.