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Gartner Conference for Top Supply Chain Execs Scheduled June 1-3, 2001, in Scottsdale

Gartner is billing its Supply Chain Executive Conference June 1-3, 2011, in Scottsdale. Ariz., as two intensive days of interactive presentations, guest keynotes, real-world case studies, peer networking, topic-specific roundtable discussions - and the opportunity to learn what it takes to develop a smart, agile and cost-effective supply chain for your organization, now and into the future.

This year's expanded agenda includes five role-based tracks with valuable strategic and tactical insight for supply chain officers, planning executives, sourcing leaders, logistics leaders and supply chain IT executives:

Track A: Supply Chain Strategy
Best practices in value chain transformation, segmentation, talent and demand-driven global manufacturing operations

Track B: Supply Chain Planning
Next-generation planning for demand, supply, sales, operations and alignment with commercial organizations

Track C: Sourcing and Procurement
Strategies for sustainable and low-cost country sourcing, service provider management and new product introduction, plus predictive analytics in supplier performance and risk management

Track D: Distribution and Logistics
Insight into the strategic importance of global logistics and outsourcing, supported by case studies that demonstrate innovation

Track E: Supply Chain IT
How to leverage new technologies for the demands of the new global supply chain, including integration, collaboration, transparency, traceability and sustainability

For more information, visit gartner.com/us/supplychain.

Source: Gartner

Gartner is billing its Supply Chain Executive Conference June 1-3, 2011, in Scottsdale. Ariz., as two intensive days of interactive presentations, guest keynotes, real-world case studies, peer networking, topic-specific roundtable discussions - and the opportunity to learn what it takes to develop a smart, agile and cost-effective supply chain for your organization, now and into the future.

This year's expanded agenda includes five role-based tracks with valuable strategic and tactical insight for supply chain officers, planning executives, sourcing leaders, logistics leaders and supply chain IT executives:

Track A: Supply Chain Strategy
Best practices in value chain transformation, segmentation, talent and demand-driven global manufacturing operations

Track B: Supply Chain Planning
Next-generation planning for demand, supply, sales, operations and alignment with commercial organizations

Track C: Sourcing and Procurement
Strategies for sustainable and low-cost country sourcing, service provider management and new product introduction, plus predictive analytics in supplier performance and risk management

Track D: Distribution and Logistics
Insight into the strategic importance of global logistics and outsourcing, supported by case studies that demonstrate innovation

Track E: Supply Chain IT
How to leverage new technologies for the demands of the new global supply chain, including integration, collaboration, transparency, traceability and sustainability

For more information, visit gartner.com/us/supplychain.

Source: Gartner