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Best Practices in Supply Chain, Sourcing and Logistics for the Retail Industry
DATE: July 12, 2018
VENUE: 5th Floor Nostalg 1 – Joy-Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila Ortigas Center, Pasig City
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I. BRIEF DESCRIPTION
Retail Market in the Philippines is going to compete and survive on how they execute their supply chain planning, procurement and logistics driven by vast consumer’s and volatile market. It continues to grow its momentum, driven by economic and social developments and population growth. In view of the rising disruption in every phase of the retail business, the ability to respond to it in an agile manner has become a key in order to overcome and keep pace with the evolving and increasing demand of the business. This requires an essential adaptation of new processes, innovative business operating models and technologies. In line with this, it is also necessary for businesses to rethink their overall sourcing (both direct & indirect spend) and distribution landscape to support the new trends, solutions and technology. Supply chain efficiency is key to companies’ competitive advantage.
Best Practices in Supply Chain, Sourcing and Logistics for the retail industry is a half day workshop that will give attendees not only an explanation of the fundamentals of supply chain, procurement and logistics management but will also enable them to think strategically and provide insights and best practices for the retail industry.
II. COURSE OUTLINE
A. SUPPLY CHAIN
– Sales and Operation Planning (S&OP)
S&OP has evolved into a major business process adopted to manage the balance and trade-off between conflicting preferences among cross-functional teams leading to a harmonized movement to achieve business objectives. However, most companies do not succeed in this process. Let’s learn key pitfalls in S&OP implementation and how to address it.
– Demand and Supply Planning
A basic element in ensuring products are served to customers and are on the shelves is ensuring the Demand Plan and Supply Plan are synchronized. What are the basic building blocks to make this work?
– Strategic Sourcing
Strategic Sourcing is a rigorous process to develop and implement highly advantageous supplier agreements for all externally purchased goods and services. It requires continually managing supplier relationships to achieve corporate strategic goals.
E-Procurement is a business-to-business (B2B) transactions over the internet by which firms use the internet to conduct one or more of the activities involved in purchasing.
– Order and Warehouse Management
Order and Warehouse Management will help professionals Plan, Design, and Control process in order to manage and execute customer’s orders. It will help track and gauge Supplier and Carrier performance to improve efficiency and effectiveness to enhance customer satisfaction and forge long-term relationships with customers.
Customer service is dependent on warehouse efficiency, stocking methods, and order picking for internal or external requirements.
Transportation moves goods and services across geographic lines, between where products are produced and where they are consumed, while allowing for competitive growth. The wider a product’s distribution and the greater its demand, the more manufacturers can leverage transportation’s economies of cost.
III. LEARN FROM EXPERT:
RESOURCE SPEAKER / PARTNER:
Mr. Charlie P. Villaseñor CPSM, CSCP, CLTD
Chairman of the Board, Procurement & Supply Institute of Asia (PASIA) and CEO, TransProcure Corporation
Charlie Villasenor is known as a supply chain, procurement and logistics management icon in Asia for his advancement of ethics, excellence & e-enablement in supply management field.
– PASIA & TransProcure, Chairman & CEO (2002 – Present)
– LBC Express, Senior Vice-President (2015-2017)
– ARIBA (SAP Company), Regional Director, ASEAN (2001-2002)
– BayanTrade (CommerceOne eMarketplace), COO (2000-2001)
– Caltex/Chevron, Regional Director, Asia, Middle East & Africa (1995-2000)
– Coca-Cola, Supply Manager (1992-1995)
– 3M Company, Logistics Head (1989-1992)
– China Bank, Export/Import Analyst (1986-1989)
IV. WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
C-Level Executives, General Managers, Vice President, Director, Head, Lead, Manager and Professionals of the following: Retail, Supply Chain, Procurement and Sourcing, Logistics and Distribution, Production and Operations, Inventory Planning and Warehouse.
|EARLY BIRD RATE
(if paid on/or before July 10, 2018)
(If paid on July 11, 2018)
|PRA Members||Php 2,495||Php 3,495|
|Non-PRA Members||Php 3,495||Php 4,495|
*GROUP OF 5 OR MORE: 5% DISCOUNT