Tuesday, May 12, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM PDT

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Lisa Anderson
 How Location Intelligence Drives

Supply Network Resilience and Recovery

Esri - The Science of Where

We are very proud and privileged to bring you Esri, the world’s leading mapping technology company to our No Charge Lunch N Learn "Navigating Through Volatility Webinar" series.

In this historic and unprecedented time, an organization’s understanding of the risks and disruptions in the supply network is critical in maintaining operations and preparing for the future. How to create awareness of the dependencies throughout the network and how available are the facilities and workforce is a cornerstone to mitigating disruptions, even as conditions change in the context of the public health crisis and other ongoing threats (ie: hurricanes, wildfires, transportation bottlenecks). In this interactive discussion, hear how to Esri is helping organizations during COVID-19 – from first responders to global manufacturers – leverage location intelligence to build greater resiliency in their supply network and accelerate the ability to prioritize business recovery.

We hope you can join us and learn more about this exemplary organization and how they can help your business gain competitive advantage using Location Intelligence.  This is highly recommended event for all Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Business professionals. 

When: Tuesday May 12, 2020 at 1:00 pm PST

This is a NO charge event.

About the presenters:

Cindy Elliott heads Esri’s commercial industry marketing team. She helps to shape the role of geospatial analytics within the manufacturing industry related to new market analysis, supply chain operations, and advanced services. For more than fifteen years, Cindy has worked with global manufacturers and enterprise class technology companies to influence customer-focused business transformation. Cindy is an advisory member of the USC Marshall Center Global Supply Chain Management Program (MCGSCM) and of the TCU Neeley School of Business Center for Supply Chain Innovation (CSCI), and is an established thought leader on the digital supply network and manufacturers’ advanced services. She earned a master’s degree in international management from the Thunderbird Graduate School and completed Harvard Business School’s Program for Leadership Development.

Yasaman Kazemi is a supply chain strategy lead at Esri. Supply chain has been her passion for the past 10 years. She has worked in the consumer goods industry as a supply chain optimization and analytics specialist, and holds a Ph.D. in transportation and logistics with a specialty in supply chain systems. Yasaman also holds a master’s degree in industrial engineering and management. She has extensive knowledge and experience within academia, and as a business adviser in supply chain and logistics. Specifically, she has worked in advanced analytics, strategic planning and optimization-under-uncertainty within supply chains