Live Webinar ONE DATA Supply Chain – How AI & Automation Overcome Supply Chain Challenges 20220915

Register here for free and find out how ONE DATA Supply Chain can prevent bottlenecks from occurring across systems operating with both internal and external data.

We are delighted to invite you to the live webinar “ONE DATA Supply Chain— How AI & Automation Overcome Supply Chain Challenges”.
15 September 2022 online webinar | 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. [CEST]

Find out how ONE DATA Supply Chain can prevent bottlenecks from occurring across systems operating with both internal and external data.

It also helps ensure that supply chains remain robust despite international challenges such as the pandemic, ongoing chip crisis, and sudden delivery suspensions at relevant trading points. Our customer story from the pharmaceutical industry showcases the challenges and opportunities of today’s complex supply chains.

Is your company struggling with in-system data and a lack of real-time supply chain mapping? Let us show you how ONE DATA Supply Chain solves these challenges by linking, collecting, and analyzing all supply-chain relevant data in real time. This helps unlock advantages for supply chain managers in all industries. The solution’s heat map shows which materials require action based on current stock. Parameters such as stock levels, submitted or confirmed orders, delivery deadlines, and quality assurance deadlines are taken into account. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions in a Q&A session.

Register now to learn:

  • how to monitor and map inventory in real time
  • how your organization prevent production bottlenecks and manual steering
  • how to minimize bullwhip effect and blocked capital
  • how to centralize the supply chain and create transparency

Your Expert

dr michele cappetta onelogic

Michele Cappetta
Principal Solution Architect

Dr. rer. nat. Michele Cappetta has been supporting ONE LOGIC with his expertise since 2016, and has held the role of Principal Solution Architect for the past two years. With his background in physics, Michele conducted research at the Max Planck Institute for over four years. Hence, he uses a science-critical approach to develop the best possible analysis methods and to gain valuable business insights from data.