Discover the best practices in an unpredictable market with Oracle
The company aims to explore the forces of change in manufacturing and combat them in their upcoming roundtable discussion.
Opportunities can be hard to come by in a market filled with volatility, unpredictability, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA). Challenges such as achieving performance targets despite recurring supply chain disruptions, volatile demand and supply, and ESG expectations such as reducing carbon footprint/emissions across the value chain can be daunting tasks to address.
These opportunities, despite the challenges, can help companies get ahead of their competition whilst succeeding in meeting customer expectations.
Manufacturing Asia, in collaboration with Oracle, aims to discuss the ways companies can establish resilient and sustainable supply chains, better-decision making using integrated business planning, and get insights into moving towards sustainability goals in their roundtable discussion, named Smart Manufacturing: Redefining the best practices in a VUCA world.
The discussion would explore what it means to be the “best” in manufacturing and address how leaders can drive the organisation to reach sustainable goals and address today’s Industry 4.0’s challenges. The roundtable will also uncover underlying supply chain drivers that can help with efficiency, reduce costs, and ensure customer satisfaction.
Participants can also expect to learn more about manufacturing industry disruptions and opportunities in a VUCA environment, maximising order fulfilment and minimising manufacturing and logistics costs, accelerating innovation, and enhancing quality and productivity with smart manufacturing. ESG initiatives and how to accordingly plan and track them will also be some of the talking points.
The roundtable discussion is filled with distinguished industry experts such as Sunil Wahi, Vice President and Head of Applications Solution Engineering, Oracle; Terence Foo, Executive Director, Supply Chain and Network Operations Leader, Deloitte Consulting Southeast Asia; and over 12 panellists from the manufacturing industry and supply chain personas.
The event takes place on the 22nd of February 2023 from 10AM to 1PM SGT in Singapore CBD.