Demand Management: Justifying the ROI
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Demand Management: Justifying the ROI

Government - Demand Management: Justifying the ROI

Demand management promises the next generation of supply chain forecasting, however it can be a complex initiative involving a cascade of changes in jobs, organizational structure, and communications within and outside the enterprise. Is such an initiative worth it? How hard will it be, to get it right the first time?

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Ashwin Rangan, Former CIO, Wal-Mart

Aswin Rangan currently serves as the Chief Information Technology Officer (CITO) for MarketShare Partners (MSP), backed by Elevation Partners. MSP is a leading Numerati firm, offering the world's most advanced decision analytics using econo... More   View all posts

Tim Payne, Research Director, Gartner, Inc.

Tim has 4 years experience with Gartner, and 23 years experience in the IT industry. Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Payne worked in supply chain management for multinationals for 15 years including NCH Europe, where he was the European Suppl... More   View all posts

Simon Ellis, Practice Director, Supply Chain Strategies, IDC

Simon Ellis currently leads the Supply Chain Strategies practice at Manufacturing Insights, one of IDC's industry research companies. With over 20 years experience in the industry, Simon most recently was the Supply Chain Strategy Director/... More   View all posts

Larry Lapide, Ph.D., Research Director, Demand Management Solutions Group Director, Demand Management, MIT Center, Transportation & Logistics

Dr. Lapide managed the launch of MIT's Supply Chain 2020 Project. He is currently an advisor to it, oversees CTL's Demand Management initiatives, and is responsible for its Strategy Alignment training workshops. He is also directs the resea... More   View all posts
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