Suzanne Greene, who manages the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics’ Sustainable Supply Chains Program, tackles the complex topic of measuring and reducing carbon footprints within supply chains. She also discusses the potential in the future of blockchain to better track logistics and gain a more accurate picture of climate impact.
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Watch Pierre Mitchell, chief research officer and managing director of Azul Partners, discuss megatrends causing supply and demand digitization – and the impact of digital on supply chain management. Protecting supply outcomes requires agility and insight, and he says digital transformation holds the key to increased savings and improved performance.
John Brine, director of network optimization and digitization, discusses Sleep Number’s priorities for digitization: processes, technology, analytics. Learn how building a technology platform to increase transparency across the entire supply chain will ultimately lead to lower supply chain costs for Sleep Number and enhanced experiences for customers.
Professor Neil Gershenfeld, director of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms, talks about the evolution of computers and digital manufacturing. He also discusses the impact digital fabrication labs are having on digital and distributed manufacturing and supply chains – an impact he says will redefine industry, politics and the economy as we know them today.
Bristlecone Labs experts, led by Sweeni Ponoth, walk through the supply chain marketplace approach to network optimization and showcase Bristlecone innovation. In addition, Pekka Sivonen discusses the government of Finland’s digitalization initiatives and Rakhi Makkad describes the roadmap for the upcoming Bristlecone Innovation Center in Helsinki.
Varex’s digital transformation journey was spearheaded by senior director Gabe Peterson, who developed a ‘dx’ roadmap focused on driving business outcomes – accelerating new product introductions, improving experiences, etc. – rather than technology. Hear about his roadmap and how Bristlecone’s Antifragility Index helped provide the framework.
What began with optimization of the procure-to-pay process evolved into a complete digital transformation of Corning’s business processes – resulting in transparency, compliance and significant cost savings, including a 45% reduction in PO processing costs. Learn about Corning’s journey to antifragility from manager of global supply data, Van Bicknell.
We asked people what the future of supply chain looks like and heard some answers that we think are spot-on. Bristlecone can show you that the future of supply chain is here today.
It’s not easy to summarize three days of the most educational and inspiring supply chain event on the planet in less than three minutes … but that doesn’t mean we didn’t try.
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