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Webinar: The Digital Supply Chain: Leveraging value chain visibility to optimise performance
29 August 2017 at 7am and 5pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Check times and dates in your local time zone carefully – the 7:00am session is on August 28th in North and South America.
Achieving full supply chain visibility is not an easy task. Many mining organisations typically use a combination of point solutions from various departments, such as planning, scheduling, and operations, with little or no integration between them. Production experts from one step in the production chain create complex reports for the next, which is not only time-consuming, but it relies on just a handful of experts who hold all the knowledge, and it can lead to miscommunication of key data which impedes collaboration and reduces efficiency.
The objective of this webinar is to present a new approach for integrated and unified supply chain management that is specifically designed to eliminate the costly inefficiencies arising from legacy point solutions and maximise the value of collaboration throughout the supply chain from pit-to-port.
PRESENTER: Ammar Wahab, Offer Manager, Industry Solutions (Mining, Minerals & Metals)
Ammar is an offer manager for Schneider’s Mining, Minerals & Metals business and has over 12 years of experience in METS (mining equipment, technology and services) and mining operations improvement. He drives global initiatives for Value Chain Optimisation and defines leading-edge solutions that address the Voice of Customer from a Mining, Minerals & Metals vertical perspective.
In the last five years, he has specialised in implementing business improvement solutions for mining companies in the area of value chain optimisation and helped define strategies for greenfield and brownfield expansions projects in the creation of Remote Operations Centres.
Based in Australia, Ammar holds a postgraduate degree in Electronic & Computer Engineering from the University of Nottingham, UK.
1. 29 August, 7am Australian Eastern Standard Time (New South Wales). Click here to book.
2. 29 August, 5pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (New South Wales). Click here to book.
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