Leading companies leverage Digital Supply Chain and Industry 4.0 to differentiate themselves and win in an ever-competing marketplace. Discover how Just Eat, Arla Foods, Henkel and Danfoss face the digital journey and gain value from digital opportunities across the entire value chain.
Obtain an inspiring and fresh insight into key digital topics, learn how to get started with digital and understand how far you can push the digital agenda in the supply chain including manufacturing.
Take the opportunity to join the debate where Digital Supply Chain and Industry 4.0 experts will share their knowledge, experiences and learnings on how to get the most out of digital.
Don’t miss this opportunity to boost your wisdom and get inspired by four leading companies in the digital transformation. Limited seats.
Danfoss wants to continue to exceed customer expectations on availability, quality and on-time delivery. Leveraging several digital components to build a flexible, world-class supply chain is a key part of this journey. ONE ERP is a fundamental initiative in the digital transformation of Danfoss, that also secures data for the new Supply, Inventory and Operations Planning platform.
Instead of hundreds of Excel sheets Danfoss now leverage one common data platform and one common process across countries and divisions. Understand how Danfoss use the digital tool Anaplan to boost our digital SIOP. Changes in people’s behavior, new ways of working, master data, cooperation, and alternative governance structures are just a few of the central mechanisms to succeed.
Next step in Danfoss´ digital journey - Going Great? The digital transformation does not stop here.
by Janni Jepsen, Director, DC Global Sales, Inventory & Operations Planning at Danfoss A/S
Expansion through M&A, different processes across countries and units, and old legacy IT have been a hindrance for creating a strong digital supply chain in Arla Foods.
Learn how a new digital strategy helped to enable employees to make better decisions through performance management, analytics and measurement. Start small, fail fast was the mantra: Arla Foods leveraged individual pilot projects and rolled them out across other sites if successful.
Increased OEE and reduced material losses were key value drivers. Combining ‘global’ data and ‘shopfloor’ data helped us to create transparency over performance. Learn how to leverage plant floor employee’s empowerment to benefit from digital developments and newly available data.
by Eva Maria Gattringer. Director, Head of Strategy and Design Supply Chain at Arla Foods
Just Eat is a very successful, Danish originated, company. Founded in 2001 and available in 13 countries. In Denmark alone, Just Eat annually delivers more than 13 million meals via over 2,500 restaurants and holds a 75% online market share.
Using advanced data exploitation and analysis, Just Eat has grown its business by boosting value creation for customers and restaurant partners. Key enablers for this BI-based value creation have been among others an ability to generate dynamic delivery prices, predict best dish recommendation, and improve forecasts for future deliveries and using the Restaurant Optimizer.
by Kate Furtak, Business Intelligence Lead – Denmark & Norway. Just Eat
Understand how Henkel Global Supply Chain leverage Logistics 4.0 advanced analytic and operational technologies in end-to-end Logistics to further drive market responsiveness, and improve service and costs. Benefits are obtained through 3 highly interlinked main modules which provide visibility for the entire process from warehousing operations until delivery to Henkel customers (retailers):
by Francisco Garcia G., Head of International Logistics Steering, Henkel Supply Chain Laundry & Home Care
by Henrik Knak, Partner, Syncronic
November 6th 2019 from 09.30
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