Next week, we’re platinum sponsors of the European Supply Chain Summit and will host a workshop entitled, Delivering on the S&OP promise for the 21st Century – Effective, efficient, integrated. This year’s theme is supporting growth through responsive and flexible strategies and will take place June 25– 27, 2013 at The Maritim Hotel in Berlin, Germany.
S&OP Workshop DetailsDelivering on the S&OP promise for the 21st Century – Effective, efficient, integratedThursday June 27th at 11:55 AM – 12:35 PM, stream twoJoin C.J. Wehlage, vice president, high-tech solutions at Kinaxis as he discusses how companies are moving to a weekly S&OP cadence with daily reviews, and are including finance, marketing, and R&D, not just sales and operations. Learn how S&OP becomes more effective, efficient, and integrated by doing concurrent planning across functions, at both volume and mix levels, considering both longer and shorter term issues.
Visit Kinaxis at the conference at booth # 56 and follow the hashtag #SCLEurope and @Kinaxis on twitter for event updates. Presenter Charles (CJ) Wehlage, vice president of high tech solutions CJ joined Kinaxis in 2013 with the responsibility to guide the company’s industry strategy within the high tech vertical. With extensive experience, both as a supply chain practitioner and an industry research analyst, CJ serves as a strategic advisor to the company, while also supporting global field teams and working with prospects and customers as they define and pursue supply chain excellence strategies. CJ has over twenty years of industry experience as a supply chain professional and researcher. Before joining Kinaxis he was vice president of high tech sales at Jonova, and previously, vice president of supply chain at Sony. He was also director of research at AMR Research for high tech value chains. In addition, CJ has held leadership roles at EMC, where he was responsible for third party enablement, outsourcing, and lean design; Apple, where he worked extensively in Asia and Silicon Valley; and, Bose where he led large scale Oracle and SAP ERP projects.