The European Logistics & Supply Chain conference will highlight the achievements of the winners of the 2015 Supply Chain Excellence Awards, with presentations from some of the winning teams.
European Logistics & Supply Chain ConferenceRohde & Schwarz, winners of the Hi-Tech, Communications and Electronics Category last year, will be sharing their insight into how to understand supply chain organisations and how they can achieve a high level of innovation.
Klaus Buchwald, vice president corporate supply chain, Rohde & Schwarz will also be looking at a number of other topic areas, including the internet of things and LEAN transformations.
Customer Service and Support winners, Telefonica, will be focussing on how to improve and strengthen the supply chain by using excellent methods of customer experience and looking at the environmental impacts of responsible recycling.
Nicky McGroarty, Head of Supply Chain & Commercial Planning, and Richard Needham, Head of Supply Chain Services, will be representing Telefonica at the event.
The winning companies are just two of a whole host of leaders in the industry that will be speaking and attending the two-day event in Brussels.
Though Leadership Partner: DSI
DSI® is the digital supply chain platform company that creates mobile-first and cloud supply chain solutions for the digital economy. We create and deliver world-class technology solutions that enable DSI customers to run their businesses more efficiently, reduce costs and drive growth with extended supply chain visibility.
Workshop Partner: Honeywell Vocollect Solutions
Honeywell Vocollect Solutions is a leading provider of innovative voice-enabled workflow and data collection solutions that help companies with mobile workers run a better business. Our Vocollect™ voice solutions save companies more than $20 billion annually by optimising operations, improving business decision capabilities, and delivering the industry’s premier worker experience. Together with a global team of 2000+ Vocollect Certified Professionals we enable almost one million workers worldwide every day.