Now is the time to register for our live web TV debate, which takes place tomorrow looking at the challenges of achieving visibility in complex global supply chains.
Visibility is often seen as the biggest challenge for supply chain leaders. But the complexity of modern supply chains means that achieving visibility is not trivial and all too often ambition can outstrip accomplishment.
Our live web TV debate, in association with Oracle, on 28th January will look at the challenges of achieving visibility in complex global supply chains and the role technology has to play.
In particular, it will look at Cisco, one company that has achieved success, and examine what visibility means to the business and the benefits of success.
This session is designed to answer key questions and provide examples of how companies can address this key issue for all supply chains.
Panellists include Andrew Spence, supply chain business development director at Oracle, and Mawgan Wilkins, senior director supply chain service strategy at Cisco Systems. The debate will be chaired by Nick Allen, contributing editor, supply chain.
Registration for the event is free. You can register in advance for the debate which takes place at 3pm on Thursday, 28th January 2010.
When you register you can submit a question in advance and there is a very small survey (just two questions).