Supply-Chain Council Presents the Southeast Asia 2006
From Sept. 26-27, 2006, the Orchard Hotel in Singapore will be the site of the annual Supply-Chain World Southeast Asia Conference & Exhibition. The event is the regional Supply-Chain World meeting developed and presented by the South East Asia Chapter of the Supply-Chain Council (SCC). The program emphasizes supply chain issues and progress in this part of the world.
The program calls upon the broad range of expertise and dedication of the SCC's development team and members. Presentations cover an array of topics-all of which have impact on the industry. Loh Khum Yean, Chief Executive, SPRING Singapore, will be this year's Guest of Honour, and his speech will begin the conference.
Just a few of the sessions you will not want to miss include:Business Intelligence, Transforming an Ugly Duckling to a Swan, Supply Chain Convergence, Design for Supply Chain, presented by Brian Cargille, APJ Manager, HP Strategic Planning and Modeling (SPaM), An Integrated Approach for Total Visibility.
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