活动详情

Companies are increasingly using big data to make their supply chains more nimble and responsive, hence supply-chain managers will have to add value by making their firms more responsive to changing customer needs and to shorter product cycles. As a result, demand-sensitive networks are replacing outdated supply chains.

Co-hosted by AmCham China and the Institute of Supply Management China (ISMCHINA), we are having an event on Supply Chain & Big Data Utilization on Friday, October 28th, 3-5pm, in Beijing. Lou Zhou, Director of AP Client Services Procurement, IBM, will share new breed of supply chain that relies on data and analytics - not only to allay shortages and supply risks but also to provide knowledge that allows for proactive strategies. Tony Wai, President of the Institute of Supply Management China, will present on the PMI (Purchasing Manager’s Index) and its impact on business.

Who should attend:
Experts on supply chain, procurement or logistics related section

This event paves the way for a potential Supply Chain Working Group. Please join us and find out how companies are using Big Data and Analytics to make their Supply Chains more connected and agile.

现今企业越来越多地使用大数据使他们的供应链更加敏捷,所以供应链经理需要让公司能够更加及时响应变化中的客户需求、以及缩短产品周期来增值。

中国美国商会和供应管理学会中国区(ISMCHINA)联合举办此次主题为“供应链和大数据应用”的活动。IBM的亚太客户服务采购总监Lou Zhou 将和我们分享基于数据和分析的新品种供应链。供应管理学会中国区主席Tony Wai,将为我们展示PMI(采购经理指标)及其对商务的影响。第三位演讲人将从用户公司的视角与我们分享(演讲人选有待确定,敬请关注)。

本次活动旨在为即将设立的供应链工作组做准备,欢迎供应链、采购或物流相关部门的专业人士前来参加。

活动日程

15:00 - 15:30
Registration
15:30 - 16:00
Presentation of Tony Wai
16:00 - 16:30
Presentation of Lou Zhou
16:30 - 17:00
Q&A, Open Discussion

演讲嘉宾

  • Tony Wai (President of the Institute of Supply Management China)

    Tony Wai

    President of the Institute of Supply Management China

    Tony has extensive background in strategic leadership, entrepreneurship, management consulting, as well as R&D engineering professional practice. He has been a key visionary leader for the supply mangement professional development in China during the high growth years between 2003-2013, introducing the C.P.M./CPSM certification and developed thousands of leaders for Fortune 500 Companies through training services, leading to founding of ISMCHINA, a non-profit professional association where he is elected president and with 6 chapters in Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou, Xiamen, Wuxi and Shenzhen with thousands of members.

    His start-up provided e-Mall software and transaction engines and was the first to enable online commerce for Hong Kong merchants in 1999, growing the business to $40M in 2 years. He designed and developed sophisticated flight simulators for airlines’ pilot training at Singer-Link, parallel graphics processors and advanced displays system for CAD/CAE application and visualization at IBM, and provided consulting service that enabled Supply Chain optimization for global manufacturing and distribution for UnionBay.

    Tony authored the first “English-Chinese bidirectional Dictionary for Purchasing and Supply Chain Management” published in 2007, now available as an app for iOS devices. He has also designed high quality training courses in “Negotation”, “Strategic Sourcing”, “Contracting”, “Proposal planning” etc., and written training material for Fortune 500 clients.

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  • Lou  Zhou (Director, S&GP Client Services Procurement Asia Pacific, IBM)

    Lou Zhou

    Director, S&GP Client Services Procurement Asia Pacific, IBM

    Mr. Lou Zhou is the Asia Pacific director for Client Services Procurement, providing direct interlock and support to internal IBM business strategies and financial performance objectives. The Client Services Procurement team provides unique expertise in support of new customer proposals and offerings, Global Services alliances, Corporate mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, profit enhancement, and process improvement on existing business. Mr. Zhou joined IBM in 1997. His 19years tenure at IBM experienced a variety of leadership roles, including IBM US Finance and Procurement Department, Deputy Director with IBM China Research Lab, Program Director for Technical Sales in IBM Software, Director of Global Procurement Center, and the current role of Director of Asia Pacific Client Services Procurement. Mr. Zhou has published multiple articles on industry Magazines and is a frequent speaker with industry organizations such as the China Federation of Logistics & Purchasing and International Sourcing Forum. He is also the Board Chairman of MSD China for Minority Supplier Development and the proud recipient of the award “Most Dedicated Individual of year 2012”. Mr. Lou Zhou holds a bachelor's degree in physics and a MBA from the State University of New York.

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票务信息

Member
会员价格 人民币 90
会员价格(入场前支付) 人民币 150
Employee of Member Company
标准价格 人民币 250
现场票价 人民币 250
Non-Member
标准价格 人民币 400
现场票价 人民币 600

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