Supply chain design and optimization consultants, Oliver Wight are offering process design advice at the Oracle Value Chain Summit in Amsterdam from 18-19 March 2014
Leading business improvement specialists, Oliver Wight, will offer process redesign advice at the Oracle European Value Chain Summit in Amsterdam in March.
The event, free for Oracle end users, will bring together more than 350 business professionals, as they learn through a series of informative third-party presentations and hands-on workshops, how top companies are transforming their supply chains into information-driven, modern value chains.
Oliver Wight's presence at the event is part of an ongoing global relationship between the leading business improvement specialists and the software giant. A relationship which is proving very useful for clients, as Oliver Wight CEO, Les Brookes explains:
"Companies which leverage the synergies between people, processes and tools reap the greatest benefits. These go beyond supply chain efficiency and effectiveness; to improved customer service, market growth and ultimately increased market share. Having the right tools in place - like Oracle can provide - is vital, but their effectiveness hinges on appropriate behaviours and good process design, which is an area of Oliver Wight expertise."
Brookes will be at the event alongside Oliver Wight Partners, Birgit Breitschuh and Paul Archer. Oliver Wight client, Cummins is presenting at the event with the Director of Global Enterprise Planning, Neil Hill amongst the top industry keynotes. His presentation 'Using technology to drive transformational change in a global organisation,' will provide valuable insight in to:
- How the business is aligning its supply chains using Integrated Business Planning
- The organisation's approach to driving a comprehensive global programme
- Mapping of the various business processes to understand implementation requirements
- How the education, design and implementation have been tackled
The summit takes place at the Mцvenpick Hotel in Amsterdam from 18-19 March 2014.