SAPinsider Research: Integrating Supply Chain Planning & Operations

Now more than ever, in a year marked by the need to adjust to massive changes in business, restricted shipping capabilities, and limited providers, supply chain managers need modern planning tools to adapt to the volatility of the market as well as the ability to share and execute their plans. These tools include demand, supply, and inventory planning solutions; sales and operations planning (S&OP) solutions; integrated supplier networks; real-time production scheduling; automated data management solutions; and self-service analytics solutions.
Attend this session to:
- Learn what drives organizations in their approach to Supply Chain Planning and Operations
- Discover the top requirements for supply chain planning and operations 
- Receive your strategic guidance for modernizing supply chain planning and operations

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Rizal Ahmed SAPinsider
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Rizal (Riz) serves as Wellesley Information Service’s Chief of Content. He oversees content and business planning, helping WIS’s global customers and partners discover new ways to leverage content for competitive advantage. Prior to WIS, Riz was a Research Associate with Forrester Research and a reporter for the Manila Times in the Philippines. Riz earned dual degrees from Dartmouth College in History and Economics.

Darcy MacClaren SAP
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Darcy MacClaren is currently responsible for leading the North American Team driving SAP’s Customer’s business success around innovating their Supply Chain and Manufacturing processes. Since joining SAP in 2012, Darcy has also held several management and executive leadership roles. Most recently she served as a Regional VP in the Eastern US focused on consumer and process industries. As an expert in the area of Supply Chain Management for the Process Industries, Darcy has over twenty-five years of experience working with companies in transforming their digital supply chains. Before joining SAP, Darcy held several senior supply chain leadership positions at companies such as JDA, Infor, G-Log, (acquired by Oracle), and Hewlett Packard. Darcy graduated from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She has an MBA from SUNY at Buffalo.