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SOUTH EAST ASIA DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN SUMMIT 2023

Welcome to the South East Asia Digital Supply Chain Summit 2023, where industry leaders and innovators come together to shape the future of supply chain management, exclusively designed for senior executives and managers from the manufacturing, planning, procurement and supply chain industries.

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Time & Location

Jun 22, 2023, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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About The Event

We are excited to invite you to the very first Digital Supply Chain Summit, to be held  on 22 June 2023 in the bustling metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City. This immersive half-day event is designed to bring together industry leaders, innovators, and enthusiasts to explore the revolutionary potential of digital transformation in supply chain management.

The Summit will feature a series of keynote speeches by renowned industry experts, who will share their insights into the future of digital supply chains and how they are shaping global business dynamics. You will have the opportunity to learn from and engage with thought leaders on key topics such as digital supply chain trends, AI in logistics, Digital Twins in Planning, Advanced Analytics in Operations, Optimization in Transport, and much more.

The event will showcase real-life case studies, where industry pioneers will share their experiences and lessons learned from implementing digital solutions in their supply chain operations. These sessions aim to provide practical insights and proven strategies to overcome the challenges faced in the digital transformation journey.

In addition, a dedicated vendor fair will be held in parallel, offering attendees the opportunity to discover the latest innovative digital solutions in supply chain management. Exhibitors from top-tier digital solution providers will be present to demonstrate their tools and technologies, providing hands-on experience with cutting-edge advancements in the field.

Finally, the Summit will offer an unprecedented opportunity to network, allowing delegates to connect with fellow professionals and thought leaders. This segment will serve as a platform for sharing ideas, forging new partnerships, and cultivating a community of forward-thinking supply chain professionals.

Join us for this groundbreaking event in Ho Chi Minh City and be part of the digital transformation in supply chain management. With a focus on learning, exploration, and networking, the Digital Supply Chain Summit 2023 is set to be a significant milestone in advancing the understanding and application of digital technologies in supply chain operations. Let's shape the future of supply chain management, together.

WHO SHOULD JOIN?

CEOs, General Directors, Managing Directors , CSCO (Chief Supply Chain Officer), VP Supply Chain, Supply Chain Directors, Supply Chain Managers, Planning Directors and Managers, Digital Transformation VP/Directors/Managers, CIO (Chief Information Officer), Manufacturing Directors, Factory Managers, Logistics Directors and Managers, Operations Directors and Managers, Procurement Directors and Managers, Warehouse Directors and Managers, IT Directors and Managers. Supply Chain Analysts. Industry Experts and Thought Leaders

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This event is exclusive and open free to only supply chain - logistics - procurement - planning  - IT professionals and business leaders that have registered in advance. No walk-ins without registration allowed.

TOPICS & SPEAKERS 

LEVERAGING SUPPLY CHAIN DIGITAL TWINS FOR AUGMENTED DECISION MAKING

Julien Brun, Managing Partner, CEL  

Discover how Digital Twins are revolutionizing supply chain management and enabling augmented decision making. In this talk, Julien Brun will explore the transformative power of Digital Twins in providing real-time visibility, predictive analytics, and proactive interventions. Learn how these virtual models enhance operational efficiency, enable dynamic responses to changes, and help resolve complex business trade-offs.

APPROACH TO BUILD A BUSINESS CASE FOR SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSFORMATION 

Yogesh Punde, Senior Industry Principal, Kinaxis

In today’s world, many Organizations are struggling to achieve financial goals due to ever continuing disruptions. Agile, responsive, and resilient supply chain could help organizations achieve their business goals. However, Chief Supply Chain Officers have difficulty in building a business case for supply chain transformation. We will see, what is the best approach to comprehensively build A business case. It involves steps as

- Knowing current Financial KPIs.

- Measuring Supply chain metrics.

- Key drivers aligned to company’s strategic goals and

- Benchmarking with industry and peers.

Realistic Quantifiable business benefits and ROI calculations to support business case will not only help securing buy-in from executive leadership but also acts a value transition guide to project implementation team/Partner.

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN: TRENDS, CHALLENGES, AND OPPORTUNITIES

Duc Nguyen, Director, Yokogawa Votiva Solutions

Discover the latest insights on digital transformation in the supply chain industry. In this presentation, Duc Nguyen will explore the trends, challenges, and opportunities associated with digital transformation. Learn about the key technological advancements, including AI, IoT, and blockchain, and how they impact supply chain operations. Gain valuable insights on overcoming challenges during digital transformation and uncover the vast opportunities it presents, such as improved efficiency, enhanced visibility, and increased collaboration across the supply chain.

OBJECT CENTRIC PROCESS MINING - HOW TO DEEPLY UNDERSTAND YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE

Dr. Eckart Dutz, General Manager, Pacific Partners Vietnam & Co-founder, Vietnam Supply Chain

Object Centric Process Mining is a methodology that enables organizations to gain deep insights into their supply chain performance. By analyzing the digital footprints left by individual objects as they traverse through the supply chain, this approach provides valuable visibility into process flows, variations, bottlenecks, and root causes. With Object Centric Process Mining, organizations can visualize process flows, identify variations, pinpoint bottlenecks, measure performance metrics, and drive continuous process improvement. By leveraging this methodology, organizations can optimize their supply chain operations, enhance efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction. Object Centric Process Mining empowers organizations to make data-driven decisions and gain a competitive edge in today's dynamic business environment. Discover the power of Object Centric Process Mining and take your supply chain performance to new heights.

PANEL DISCUSSIONS 

  • Tam Nguyen Ngoc, Associate Director, Masan Consumer Holdings
  • Linh Pham Nhat, S&OP Manager, Heineken Vietnam
  • Christophe Rossignol, APAC Senior Director S&OP Vision Care and Warehouse & Distribution, Alcon

Other speakers, panelists are shortly updated. 

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

Strategic Partners: Vietnam Supply Chain, La French Tech Vietnam, Supply Chain Asia, Supply Chain & Logistics Group, CIO Vietnam 

Gold Sponsors: Kinaxis, SimCEL, The Sentry 

Silver Sponsors: Source Of Asia, Dibee, Dimo Maint, Idico, BW Industrial Development 

Supporters: TheLoop, Laiday Refill, Yokogawa Votiva, Wareflex, HaiNguyen Communications, Heineken Vietnam, Suntory Pepsico Vietnam 

For any inquiries about this event or collaboration, please email us at media@cel-consulting.com

CEL

Demand Supply Alignment

www.cel-consulting.com

ANTITRUST STATEMENT

We aim at promoting Supply Chain practices and innovation in Vietnam. We are not intended to, and may not, play any role in the competitive decisions of its followers, members, or in any way restrict competition in any aspect of the supply chain industry. Vietnam Supply Chain Community or CEL, through this statement of policy, makes clear its unequivocal support for the policy of competition served by the antitrust laws and its uncompromising intent to comply strictly in all respects with those laws. It is the individual responsibility of every member, followers, advisors and supporters to be guided by the antitrust laws. It is nor our role to act as an arbiter or judge of competitive conduct of industry members. As such, this statement of antitrust policy is not a mechanism through which members should charge another member with alleged illegal action.

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