5 things about Kinaxis at the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference (Hint… #1 could benefit you)

Published May 14th, 2012 by Lori Smith 0 Comments

If you don’t already know, the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference  ̶  the must-attend event for supply chain professionals   ̶   is taking place May 21-23 at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa, Palm Desert, California.

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While you can find lots of information on the conference site, here’s what we think are the top 5 things you should know…of course, we’re biased ;)

#5 We’re attending: Kinaxis will have a staffed booth at the event. Come by booth #2 and say hi to the team!

#4 We’re tweeting: We’ll be tweeting from the event as well! Follow #GartnerSCC, @kinaxis, or @milesahead for live commentary on the events.

#3 We’re sponsoring: Kinaxis is the Premier Sponsor of the conference, and once again a proud sponsor of the Supply Chain Top 25 Dinner celebrating world-class supply chain achievements.

#2 We’re presenting with style: We are hosting a Solution Provider Session on Tues May 22nd at 3:15 p.m.  And once again we are turning our presentation session into a live taping of our well-known LATE LATE SUPPLY CHAIN SHOW.  Laugh and learn with Kinaxis business consultant, Bill Dubois, as he moderates a panel discussion on the CONCEPT, COMPONENTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF CONTROL TOWERS. Guests include:

  • Roddy Martin, Sr. VP Global Supply Chain at Competitive Capabilities Int.
  • Shellie Molina, VP Global Supply Chain at First Solar
  • Robert Reinckens, Sr. Partner at  Business 1st
  • Trevor Miles, VP, Thought Leadership at Kinaxis

#1 Were offering a free pass!

We would like to recognize and thank our blog followers by offering the chance at a complimentary pass to the conference (a value of US $2,795). Simply submit your information here before end of day, Wednesday, May 16th to be entered into the random drawing. The winner will be notified by a Kinaxis representative on Thursday, May 17th.

Good Luck!

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