Technology is a main driver in how we manage today's Supply Chain and will change business processes in the years to come. Are you ready?

Join the APICS Inland Empire Fall 2017 Symposium to learn from our Expert Panel as they discuss the technological innovations and practices that will dominate and impact the end-to-end Global Supply Chain. Most importantly, learn how you can leverage these technologies for your supply chain success.

Terrie Dean | Director, ISCM Compliance Technology at The Walt Disney Company

Expert in strategic planning and prioritization of technology investments and resources, Terrie will share her thoughts on driving desired business valued added results.

Craig Young | Vice President of Operations, Tropicale Foods, Inc.

Craig will discuss his recent experience in leveraging technology to implement a high-speed pick area “supercell” using “smart bin assignments”, leading a Warehouse Management System installation and initiating the people readiness quotient in anticipation of $10MM Symbotic material handling system.

Stephen Ritchie | Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UCI

Dr. Ritchie studies transportation systems engineering and is specifically interested in advanced traffic management and control systems. He is primarily focused on the development and application of new information technologies to support more efficient transportation systems including autonomous vehicles.

Thomas Jelenic | Vice President, Pacific Merchant Shipping Association

In the global economy, U.S. and foreign companies that operate at West Coast ports play an increasingly vital role as principal gateways and a regional economic force for exports and imports, facilitating the movement of goods across modes of transportation. With an increase of automation in ports, Thomas will speak on improving operations efficency by use of technology.

Matt Weinberg | Director, OceanX, LLC

Matt is responsible for operational management and business development, and he previously ran an OceanX direct to consumer fulfillment center where he oversaw day to day operations, cost reductions and the relocation of the warehouse. He also has experience in customer based forecast analytics, demand planning, capacity management, factory planning and logistics. 

APICS Inland Empire - Fall 2017 Symposium

Leveraging Technologies for Supply Chain Success

Saturday November 4, 2017  -  From 8:00 am to 11:30 am

Eagle Glen Golf Club, 1800 Eagle Glen Pkwy, Corona, CA 92883

Don't miss the opportunity to connect with other Supply Chain professionals. Doors open at 7:30am.

Thanks to our generous sponsors!