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Supply Chain Finance

Maximizing our resources: The links between finance and operations

24 September 2012 – 25 September 2012, Hong Kong

27 September 2012 – 28 September 2012, Singapore


Why should you attend?

The workshop will be of benefit to finance, operations management, production, supply management, and executives charged with the responsibility for increased performance. During these difficult financial conditions, which all parties in the supply chain face, participants will benefit from insightful knowledge on creating and measuring value. Supply chain finance can lead to increased benefits without increasing resources.

The global economic situation pulled many organizations down – not all of the players in the supply chain will survive. Ensuring financial success is not an option – it’s a mandate!

Key Benefits:

  • Increased confidence in your supply chain finance decisions which affect the bottom line
  • Move from best practices to leading practices
  • Quantifying results leads to further gains 
  • Identify where collaborative supply chain strategies can increase profitability
  • Various handouts to take home with you such as value-based proposition model, price index model and etc.
  • Numerous case studies will be shared from various industries (e.g. Electronics, medical, telecommunications, government department and etc.)
  • 60 days post–workshop support via phone/email on workshop covered materials / topics
  • Measure the effectiveness of integrated internal and external value chain partnerships
  • Build a strong leadership team which can leverage the opportunities across the supply chain
  • Identifying areas where functional silos are barriers
  • Align financial expectations for strategic operational results

Who should attend?

CEOs, COOs, EDs, Directors, SVPs, VPs, General Managers, Senior Managers of:

  • Finance
  • Operations Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Demand Planning
  • Procurement
  • Marketing
  • Production
  • and Executives charged with the responsibility for increased performance