Steelwedge Vice President of Product Marketing and Planning to Participate in Panel Discussion at University of San Diego on Supply Chain Innovation
Pleasanton, CA – April 8, 2014 – Steelwedge, the leader in cloud sales and operations planning (S&OP) solutions, today announced that Ed Lewis, Steelwedge Vice President of Product Marketing and Planning, will participate in a panel discussion at the University of San Diego’s 3rd Annual Supply Chain Management Institute Spring Symposium, which will be held April 14-15 at the university.
The event will feature well-known industry speakers from leading organizations as well as interactive discussion forums facilitated by subject matter experts. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how other business leaders are creating and sustaining innovative supply chains for competitive advantage, increased market share, and greater levels of profitability.
How Technology is Enabling and Driving Supply Chain Innovation
Competition in supply chains is always increasing, forcing companies and supply chains to search for new technologies and innovations that lead to superior performance. This panel will discuss new supply chain technologies, potential technology innovations, and key factors influencing the adoption of supply chain technologies in order to achieve superior business performance.
- Ed Lewis (Steelwedge)
- Angel Mendez (Cisco Systems)
- John Urban (GT Nexus, Inc.)
- Mark Utter (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.)
- Moderator: David Pyke (University of San Diego)
Time: Tuesday, April 15, 12:45 pm
For more information on the SCMI Spring Symposium, click here.
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