Concepts, components and consequences of control towers

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We have a couple of more events on the horizon that our folks are presenting at, and both have the common theme of operations control towers: what are they and what can they do.   Join either the webcast later this week from the comfort of your office, or if you are in Seattle next week for the Sales & Operations Planning Innovation Summit, make sure you stop by the Kinaxis presentation.

Virtual Fireside Chat: The Promise and Value of an Operations Control Tower June 21, 2012, 11:00 a.m. Eastern

Disparate planning and performance management tools are no longer the answer (were they ever?). Executives need a 360-degree view of their business and real-time predictive analytics to maximize opportunities and to reduce risk. To achieve this, organizations need "what-if" analysis capabilities that rapidly turn visibility into action across multiple functions and even across multi-tier supply chains. Presented by Kinaxis thought leaders, Roddy Martin and Trevor Miles
Sales & Operations Planning Innovation June 28–29, 2012, Seattle, WA
Concept, Components and Consequences of Control Towers (Day 1 -9:10am) How companies respond to change is where profit can be made or lost. Success depends not only on how fast manufacturers can act, but the effectiveness of the decisions they make. Hear how companies are extending their S&OP process into an enterprise control tower model to impact how they synchronize their actions across several tiers of the extended value chain to respond quickly and profitably to customer demand. Presented by Kirk Munroe, vice president of product

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