January 24 webcast with Kevin O'Marah to discuss recent research and insight on the future of planning
OTTAWA, Jan. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - Kinaxis® (TSX:KXS), provider of RapidResponse®, delivering cloud-based SCM and S&OP applications, is proud to host a live webcast based on recent SCM World Research that discusses how organizations are abandoning outdated, overly rigid supply chain planning processes and moving towards the future of planning: concurrency.
This live webinar takes place on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 1 – 2:00 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. UTC
Future supply chain leaders will look back at 2016 as the end of an era. Spurred by unprecedented disruption, volatility and technology evolution, leading organizations are abandoning outdated, overly rigid supply chain planning processes and moving towards the future of planning: concurrency.
Join this live webcast with Kevin O'Marah, chief content officer, SCM World, as he shares predictions, insights, and best practices for achieving success in this new era of supply chain planning, including:
- Defining concurrent planning, the factors driving it and the three foundational capabilities it's built on
- Discussing the magnitude and pace of change expected in supply chain strategy, planning and decision-making; and
- Sharing the most innovative strategy and planning case study examples from leading supply chain organizations
Registration is free. Reserve your spot for this complimentary webcast.
About Kinaxis Inc.
Kinaxis is a leading provider of cloud-based subscription software that enables our customers to improve and accelerate analysis and decision-making across their supply chain operations. The supply chain planning and analytics capabilities of our product, RapidResponse, create the foundation for managing multiple, interconnected supply chain management processes. By using the single RapidResponse product instead of combining individual disparate software solutions, our customers gain visibility across their supply chains, can respond quickly to changing conditions, and ultimately realize significant operating efficiencies.