Supply Chain Management | Manufacturing | BI & Reporting
Distribution environments in all industries are increasingly diversifying their activities to include kitting or light manufacturing, a change which requires a shift in technology. With challenges like lot traceability, expiry dates and inventory accuracy, the decisions about which systems should handle which business logic and transactions can quickly become cumbersome. This session will walk through best practices around the functional connection between manufacturing execution systems (MES) and warehouse management systems (WMS) with a specific focus on F&B processes, though you’ll be able to apply insights regardless of your industry.
LIDD Supply Chain Intelligence
As a specialist in logistic applications integration, I help companies make better investments and more informed decisions on the management of their supply chain assets.
For the past 12 years, I have acquired experience throughout the United States, Canada, Australia and Europe in these specific fields:
Warehouse & transport management systems (WMS-TMS).
Implementation of manufacturing execution systems (MES), improving lot and shelf life tracking in the food industry.
IT project management.
Warehouse layout design.
Distribution process optimization.
Thursday, October 12
3:45 PM – 4:45 PM