Live Webcast – Supply Chain Transformation: Avaya’s Journey

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We’re delighted to be bringing you a great live discussion on successful supply chain transformation based on Avaya’s first-hand experience. Join us on Thursday, April 30 at 1pm EST (5pm UTC) for “Supply Chain Transformation: Avaya’s Journey.”

In this live webcast, Bryan Ball, Aberdeen Group and Benji Green, Avaya, will discuss the challenges that were impeding Avaya’s ability to achieve a best-in-class supply change and their key drivers for change. Learn about the five-phase approach Avaya used to shift focus from low-value, reactionary data management tasks to high-value, proactive activities, and how the combination of people, process and technology led to achieving far-reaching success.

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Speakers

Bryan Ball
VP and Group Director, Supply Chain and Operations
Aberdeen Group

Bryan BallBryan Ball is responsible for developing Aberdeen’s research coverage within the Supply Chain and Supplier Management research practice. With over 30 years of supply chain, operations and materials management experience acquired across multiple product lines and serving several markets, including retail, wholesale, commercial, OEM and private brand customers, Bryan brings a high level of knowledge and insight on the challenges and opportunities facing supply chain practitioners worldwide. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering from Auburn University, and is an APICS Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM).

Benji Green

Director, Global Operations, Sales, Supply and Inventory Planning
Avaya

Benji GreenBenji Green has 14 years of supply chain and operations experience in high tech, multi-national companies. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of North Carolina and Master’s in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech. He has since worked for Accenture, IBM, Lenovo, and Avaya. CSCP certified in 2010, Benji has broad experience in demand, supply, inventory, and financial risk planning. He has implemented two demand planning IT platforms and designed the reorganization of planning teams through a divestiture from IBM, a merger with Nortel, and multiple outsourcing initiatives. He lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife and two children.

Looking for even more information on supply chain transformation? Check out the new Aberdeen Group case study on Avaya’s transformation here.

AlexaCheater

As the Product Marketing Manager at Kinaxis, Alexa helps develop and deliver informative, engaging and entertaining supply chain content that also works to promote how Kinaxis RapidResponse is revolutionizing supply chain planning. She joined Kinaxis in 2015 with more than a decade of communications experience. Alexa holds a Bachelor of Journalism (Honors) from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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