Building an integrated SC in today's global business environment is challenging. Panelists share insights into their company's integrated SC development journey and share recommendations that you can use to further your company's journey.
Lisa is the Sales, Inventory and Operations Planning (SIOP) Manager for ChemPoint, a global distributor of specialty chemicals. Lisa has +15 years of experience in the chemical industry, spanning roles from working on oil rigs in Nigeria to Sales and Marketing and now leads a Supply Chain team in forecasting and purchasing. Lisa has a strong understanding of customer and supplier expectations that has allowed her to transform the supply chain and successfully bring hundreds of products to market utilizing supply chain software. Lisa has an undergraduate Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Texas.
Hank has 25+ years of experience building high performance supply chains including evaluating, implementing, and using supply chain technology as a practitioner at leading companies. Hank also has extensive experience developing and marketing advanced SC solutions with leading supply chain software providers. Hank has an undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering a graduate degree in Supply Chain Management from Michigan State and numerous supply chain certifications. Hank is also a member of the 2018/19 CSCMP Edge Conference Planning Committee. Hank is a frequent contributor to supply chain industry periodicals and blogs and is a frequent speaker at leading supply chain conferences.
Brent Nagy is vice president of Enterprise Customer Strategy for C.H. Robinson. Brent has been with C.H. Robinson for over 10 years and has spent the majority of that time consulting, engineering and implementing onsite at client locations. His experience spans multiple sectors with a focus on heavy manufacturing and automotive supply chains. In his current role, Brent oversees strategic customer engagements whereby leveraging account management talent and C.H. Robinson's broad menu of services to deliver on client expectations.
Theresa Scheingraber is the director of supply chain for Vitalize, which owns and operates multiple brands dedicated to health, fitness and nutrition. She has tactical and strategic responsibility for buying, demand and supply planning. Her current focus is on driving the development of the supply planning strategy, global annual inventory projections and increasing forecast accuracy. She has BS degree in Computer Information Systems from Colorado State University and an MBA from Babson College.
Logility Chief Scientist Dr. Willems pioneered the science of multi-echelon inventory optimization (MEIO) and is a highly regarded supply chain visionary. His work with companies including Hewlett Packard and Procter & Gamble led to prestigious finalist selections for the 2003 and 2010 Franz Edelman Award for Achievement in Operations Research and the Management Sciences. He’s a four-time finalist and the 2008 winner of the Daniel H. Wagner Prize for Excellence in Operations Research Practice. Dr. Willems serves as the Haslam Chair in Supply Chain Analytics and is a Professor of Business Analytics and Statistics at the University of Tennessee. He also holds editorial board responsibilities for the analytics journals, Interfaces and Production and Operations Management. Dr. Willems is also the deputy editor of Interfaces, a flagship publication of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS).