Are you keeping up with the evolution of supply chain visibility?
Many of the world’s top supply chain organizations are gaining an understanding of how their supply chain flows are tied to outcomes. As a result, they make better business decisions, stay ahead of problems, and gain new efficiencies.
In this session, you’ll see how to:
Sean T. Riley, Global Industry Director, Manufacturing & Transportation, Software AG
Sean Riley is the Global Industry Director for Manufacturing & Transportation for Software AG. Over the past six years, Mr. Riley has been obsessively focused on enterprise digital transformation with a focus on leveraging technologies like IoT, Predictive Analytics, Machine Learning and Intelligent Automation as applied to production, field services, supply chains, logistics and new product development. Prior to joining Software AG in 2011, Mr. Riley has over ten years of experience in the supply chain and logistics fields. In addition to his work experience, Mr. Riley has received a BA in Business Administration from Hanover College, a MBA with Distinction from DePaul University and is a certified Six Sigma Greenbelt. As well as being a continual guest lecturer for DePaul University, Mr. Riley also sits on the curriculum advisory committee for the DePaul Graduate Program for Supply Chain and Operations Management and has been named a Supply & Demand Chain Executive “Pro to Know” for the sixth consecutive year.
Erick Argueta, Vice President, Global Enterprise Solutions, Visual Enterprise Architecture
Erick Argueta is Vice President of Global Enterprise Solutions at Visual Enterprise Architecture. Over the past 15 years, Mr. Argueta has helped numerous clients foster innovation and effectively bridge the gap between business and IT to provide successful results in Global Business Transformation initiatives. Prior to joining VEA, Mr. Argueta was responsible for the management and supply chain operations of a multi-million dollar production facility of infrared sensors.He holds a Masters in Technology Management from the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.