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Manhattan Associates: Pioneering Supply Chain Commerce

February 2017

The power of digitization has hit all the Supply Chain Management (SCM) entities today—from Transport Management Systems (TMS), ERP, WMS to MES and CRM. This, in turn has ushered in a renewed efficiency and productivity across the sector. With

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Table of Contents

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Connecting Things with Processes and People

Hans Thalbauer, SVP, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP [NYSE:SAP] [FWB:SAP]

20

Manufacturing with a Service Heart

Mel Kirk, SVP & CIO, Ryder System, Inc. [NYSE:R]

23

Managing a LEAN Transformation: The Seven Pillars

Bruno Padovani, Director of LEAN Continuous Improvement, Ferrara Candy Company

26

Technology Changes to Supply Chains Demand Good Leadership

Kevin Glynn, VP & CIO, DSC Logistics

30

Enhancing the Supply Chain Function via Continuous Improvement

Aubrey Jones, Sr. Director Continuous Improvement Deployment, Ingredion Incorporated [NYSE: INGR]

32

First Steps to Globalizing Your Business

Neil Hampshire, CIO, ModusLink [NASDAQ:MLNK]

35

Collective Talent Powering the Future of Work

Dyan Finkhousen, Director, Open Innovation & Advanced Manufacturing; President GE Fuse

38

Standing at the Crossroad of Lean Manufacturing and Healthcare

Willie Sosa, SVP-Global Manufacturing, Cardinal Health [NYSE:CAH]

40

The Age of Average is Over

John McGee, Director, North America Operational Excellence, BASF

42

Superstorms and Black Swan Events Merely Magnify Your Supply Chain Deficiencies!

Abir G. Thakurta, VP, Global Supply Chain, Havertys [NYSE:HVT]

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Changing World-Changing Supply Chain-Changing Expectations

Barb Schwarzentraub, Director, Global Component Manufacturing, Caterpillar Inc. [NYSE:CAT]

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