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Thursday, February 8, 2018 2:00PM
Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, Supply Chain
Daniel Biran, VP Global Security, Biogen
Joe Carson, Chief Strategy Officer, Resilinc
Hurricanes, earthquakes, disruptions, data breaches — how do procurement and supply chain professionals respond to disasters that cost billions in impact across the globe? With state-of-the-art supply chain risk management and mitigation.
Join Daniel Biran, Global Security Expert at Biogen, and Joe Carson, Chief Strategy Officer at Resilinc as they share how to get tangible results by investing in Supply Chain Risk Management processes and technology in the right ways.
In this session you will:
- Learn the value of visibility to events and links to supply chain
- Master the benefits of proactive mapping
- Get a sample organizational structure for efficient and effective event response
- Learn to integrate data and technology to business processes to drive results
- Find out how to mitigate the impacts of adverse events
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