Supply-Chain World-North America 2004: Connecting the Dots

The Supply-Chain Council's Supply-Chain World 2004 - North America is the world's longest running supply-chain event. Talented people bringing strong programming ideas coupled with the neutral environment of the SCC are key to this success.

Two incredibly knowledgeable keynotes for the supply chain interest area have been invited - Louise L. Francesconi, Vice President, Raytheon Company, and President Raytheon Missile Systems will provide the Monday Keynote Address. Dr. Hau L. Lee, Thoma Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology Director of The Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum Director of Managing Your Supply Chain for Global Competitiveness Executive Program Stanford University will deliver the Tuesday Keynote Address.

Supply-Chain Leaders also attend Supply-Chain World to learn the latest in SCM strategy and to witness what the Market offers in SCM solutions. After listening to the outstanding results that SCM can provide, they will be looking for tools to help them succeed in the Supply-Chain World Exhibition – where you will have their answers.

Tracks include Mastering Supply Chain Excellence, Flexibility for Today’s Environment, Supply Chain Visibility: Emerging Trends, Collaboration/Connection/Cooperation, and Performance Measurement.

In addition, specialized sessions for Industry Supply-Chain Leaders from Aerospace & Defense, Retail & Consumer Products, Energy & High Technology and SCOR-Six Sigma-Lean Convergence will draw attendees in these areas as well.

Supply Chain World-North America 2004 not only offers a great learning experience from the content, but also from other attendees. The quality of the audience has been top notch, providing great networking and business opportunities. For more information, contact SCC Associate Executive Director Scott Palmer at 412 781 4101 x115 to discuss your involvement.

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