Webinar, Combining TMS and Real-Time Transportation Visibility to achieve operational excellence through end-to-end visibility
The supply chains of today are under constant change and pressure whilst growing more global and complex than ever before. For companies this means that achieving end-to-end supply chain visibility is no longer a nice to have, but instead a critical must-have to reach business goals, gain competitive advantages and achieve operational excellence.
By combining a TMS and a Real-Time Transportation Visibility solution companies are able to leverage transportation not as a commodity but instead as an enabler to reach overall business and financial targets by achieving to sought after end-to-end visibility.
During this webinar you will learn how a TMS and a Real-Time Transportation Visibility solution can work in perfect symbiosis to help you reach end-to-end visibility and why this has become critical for companies across global and industry boarders with speakers from the market leaders Oracle (TMS), Shippeo (RTTV) and real-life customer cases.
Host, Dr. Roger Lindau, Senior Executive Advisor in SCM – Oracle
Roger has 30+ years of experience working in SCM as a management consultant and as a manager in line positions at e.g. Volvo Construction Equipment, ABB and tier 1 suppliers in the heavy vehicle industry.
Jonatan Rajala, Strategic Account Executive Nordics at Shippeo.
Jonatan has 10+ years of experience in sales, management, and business development from different IT Service and Consultancy companies in the Nordics. Today he focuses on Shippeo´s growth towards customers and partners on the Nordic markets.
Dominic Regan, Oracle
Dominic Regan is the Senior Director for Oracle’s Value Chain Execution portfolio across Western Europe including Oracle Transportation Management, Oracle Warehouse Management, Oracle Global Trade Management and Landed Cost Management.
Date: 2021-02-10, 14:00 – 15:30 CET
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Kontakt: Roger Lindau