Learn How Blockchain is Transforming Supply Chain

May 17, 2018 – May 17, 2018

670 White Plains Road

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Don’t Miss Our Final Chapter Meeting – Thursday, May 17th

Learn How Blockchain is Transforming Supply Chain

2018 Scholarship Award Winners Announced at this Meeting

By allowing digital information to be distributed but not copied, blockchain technology created the backbone of a new type of internet. Originally devised for digital currency, the tech community is now finding other potential uses for the technology.
Blockchain technology can radically transform the supply chain. Many companies are already investing in Blockchain solutions for their businesses. Natalia’s presentation will cover an introduction to Blockchain and key concepts, benefits of Blockchain for supply chain, specific supply chain use cases, and more details about food safety and traceability use case. The world of global trade is fast-paced, ever-changing, and always evolving. In order to keep pace, your supply chain processes and technology need to evolve also.

 

FEATURED SPEAKER

Natalia Nelyubina

Business Development Director

IBM

Natalia Nelyubina is a Business Development Executive for IBM Food Trust™, a Blockchain-based solution providing transparency and efficiency in food supply chains. In this role, Natalia is focusing on customer value, go-to-market strategy and enablement. Prior to IBM Blockchain, Natalia worked as a strategy consultant in the IBM Watson Health and IBM Chief Analytics Office. Natalia holds Masters Degrees in Economics and Applied Mathematics.

 

Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and APICS Tappan Zee Chapter                                                                 

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program.

About ISM 7-Counties

For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.

 

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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ISM-7 Counties – 2018 Scholarship Program

Dear Member,

More than 20 years ago our chapter established a special merit Scholarship award in honor of longtime past member, Pat Scalzo.  Pat was an avid mentor to so many and inspired us with her dedication to ISM and the educational benefits it offers to members.

We are proud to continue this scholarship for ISM 7-Counties chapter members in her memory. There are two scholarships – for members in good standing, their spouses, children and/or grandchildren. This year we are pleased to invite APICS Tappan Zee chapter affiliates and their families to nominate someone.

This includes:

  1. Multiple awards of $2,000 for a full-time student – The student must be taking a minimum of 12 credits per semester at an accredited college or university.
  2. A $500 award for a ISM-7 Counties member in good standing – This member must be pursuing a CPSM or CPSD Certification or be a part-time student taking a minimum of 6 credits per semester at an accredited college or university.

Only current members of ISM 7-Counties and APICS Tappan Zee affiliates and their families will be considered. Financial data will not be required nor will it be part of the selection criteria. In addition, the applicant’s name will be deleted when reviewed by the selection committee to keep submissions anonymous.

Applications are available at ISM-7 Counties Scholarship page and must be submitted by May 10, 2018. Winners will be announced at the May 17th meeting.

Any questions, please contact Linda Rigano at 914.815.0396 or email: lindarigano@gmail.com.

Looking forward to lots of applications!

 

Best,

Nick Ammaturo

President

Board of Directors, ISM 7-Counties, Inc.

 

ISM-7 Counties – Important Announcement

Dear ISM 7-Counties Member,

As your President, I have some good news, and some bad news, to share with you.

First, the Good News:  Our next two dinner meetings will be FREE to ISM-7 members, and held on April 19 (our 11th annual “Are You Smarter Than A Supply Chainer” interactive meeting) and on May 17 (Top Management Night).  Plus, this year’s Pat Scalzo Memorial College Scholarship program will be greatly expanded (applications available at our website).

And now, the Bad News: these three events will be our final activities.  It is with a heavy heart that I share — effective July 31, 2018 — that we must dissolve ISM 7-Counties.  This was not an easy decision by your Board, but an unavoidable one based on declining membership, lower meeting attendance, and the ongoing challenges of reduced corporate support, increased member workloads, and the overall displacement of manufacturing facilities and headquarters from the 7 Counties area.  Accordingly, this email will serve as official notice to all members of our 2018 Annual Meeting, to be held at 6 pm in conjunction with our May 17 dinner meeting at the Westchester Marriott in Tarrytown, at which members may formally vote on the issue of dissolution.

We have already notified the ISM National office of our decision.  What this means for you is that you either have received a National membership renewal that does not include dues for a local ISM affiliate, or you will very soon.  Either way, we encourage you to continue your professional journey by renewing your ISM membership and joining the nearest neighboring ISM affiliate that makes sense for your work and/or home location:

It has been an honor and a privilege to serve you as President over the past three years, and I’ve enjoyed getting to know some of the best and brightest minds in the business.  I hope to see you at future ISM National and local events.

On behalf of the Board, we thank you all for your years of membership and support.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Respectfully yours,

Nick Ammaturo

President

ISM-7 Counties

11th Annual Quiz Competition: “Supply Cab – Are You Still Smarter Than a Supply Chainer?”

April 19, 2018 – April 19, 2018

670 White Plains Road

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THIS IS A FREE EVENT

All ISM Members Can Bring a Colleague to Enjoy the Game plus Complimentary Drinks and Dinner

This program continues our tradition of a fun, educational and interactive quiz competition combined with networking. Mixed teams of attendees will attempt to answer a variety of Supply Chain questions, learn the correct answers, and understand why those answers are the right ones.  Questions will be drawn from all aspects of the Supply Chain including Sourcing, Transportation, Logistics and Production.  The two teams finishing with the most points will be awarded prizes.  As always, this will be an evening of both fun and learning.

 

 

George Yarusavage, DLP, CTL, C.P.M.

Principal, Fortress Consulting

 

George will again be our entertaining emcee.  He is a principal at Fortress Consulting, LLC; an Executive Consultant to the CATTAN Services Group; and a trainer for the American Management Association.  His previous corporate positions included North American Manager of Logistics for M-real USA; Manager of Transportation Procurement for Verizon Wireless; Manager of Corporate Sourcing for NBC, and Director of Technical Logistics for NBC Olympics, where he won an Emmy.  George has a BS in Logistics from Penn State, an MBA from NYU, and has earned three Supply Chain certifications: CTL from AST&L, CPIM from APICS, and C.P.M. from ISM.  In recent years George has written dozens of articles on Supply Chain, Negotiation, Transportation Management, and Professional Development topics.  His current professional activities include being a member of the APICS National Board of Directors and Treasurer of ISM-7 Counties.  Prior to joining the APICS Board, he was the final Chairman of AST&L and managed its merger into APICS, and had served AST&L as Vice Chairman, President, Chairman, Secretary and Program V.P.

 

 

 

 

Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and APICS Tappan Zee Chapter                                     

                          

AGENDA

Thursday, April 19th

 5:30 pm Registration and Networking

6:30 pm Presentation

 

Questions? Contact Jennifer O’Brien at jenobrie@optonline.net or call her at (914) 309-2774

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program.

 About ISM 7-Counties

For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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Developing Supply Chain Analytics Using Excel Pivot Tables

Join us on Thursday, March 15th for FREE FOOD AND DRINK!

Learn all about Developing Supply Chain Analytics using Excel Pivot Tables from Expert, David Forman, CSCP, CLTD

How many times have you been asked to perform a sales history report, inventory assessment, or customer review?  Have you been asked to perform a review of: shipping locales by city, state or zip code, revenue by product groups, families or SKU; or product returns, credits issued, or repairs performed?

If yes, you need to attend this program!

David will focus on how to use Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts to perform Supply Chain analytics, and help improve the quality of supply chain analytics within your company.

You’ll walk away with a basic understanding of these tools, and the knowledge to apply them in your organization. You’ll receive a step-by-step process to enable you to reproduce these analytical tasks on your own.

As an attendee you’ll see the actual use of PIVOT TABLES and CHARTS on standard ERP, WMS, and similar system outputs, such as inventory, sales, or finance reports.

 

 

David Forman, CSCP, CLTD

Senior Business Projects Manager – Crestron Electronics, Inc.

David Forman is the Senior Business Projects Manager at Crestron Electronics, Inc. and Senior Associate at PIM Associates Inc. With over ten years of operations and supply chain experience as a practitioner, SAP project manager and consultant, David is the “go to” expert. He specializes in SAP CRM, MM, PP, MRP planning, product configuration, service, SCM, demand management/forecasting, operation and business process improvement, as well as education and training.

David is a recognized authority and often speaks at APICS events including its national SAP User Conferences.

 Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and APICS Tappan Zee Chapter                                     

                          

AGENDA

Thursday, March 15th

 5:30 pm Registration and Networking

6:30 pm Presentation

 

Questions? Contact Jennifer O’Brien at jenobrie@optonline.net or call her at (914) 309-2774

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program.

 About ISM 7-Counties

 For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

Lean Performance Indicators – A Road Map for Supply Chain and Procurement Success

September 14, 2017 – September 14, 2017

670 White Plains Road

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Can you imagine driving your car across the country?  Do you just start your car and begin to drive and hope you reach your destination?  Or do you use a road map to identify key points along the route to help ensure that you arrive at your destination on time and without any wasted effort?  Companies must learn to use performance indicators in the same manner as a road map to track supply chain and procurement performance to achieve success.

We’ll discuss what key performance indicators are, and how they can aid the overall organization to achieve overall business success.  We’ll also look at how these indicators can be used to help identify, quantify and expose waste and how they help direct and focus improvement efforts to meet strategic goals and objectives.  Finally, we will discuss what should be measured, what not to measure, and the ramification of selecting the wrong indicators.

 Presented by – Howard Forman

Howard Forman is president of PIM Associates, Inc.  Howard has over 35 years of experience in the operational and supply chain environments, specializing in ERP system implementations, demand planning/forecasting, purchasing, inventory reduction, supply chain management, operation, lean and business process improvements.  Howard is an active member of the APICS Tappan Zee Chapter and a frequent speaker at various APICS events. He previously earned his CFPIM, CIRM, CLTD and CSCP certifications.  He teaches all APICS certification courses plus tailored operations and supply chain management education and training classes.  He is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with an MBA and BS in Business Management.

Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and the APICS Tappan Zee Chapter

 

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program

About ISM 7-Counties

Every day supply chain management & purchasing professionals make decisions that affect their companies’ brands, competitive positioning, and bottom-line performance. The opportunity to have such an important impact across all industries is incredibly rewarding. Enter – Institute for Supply Management (ISM). For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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Humor That Works: How to Be More Productive, Less Stressed, and Happier at Work

May 18, 2017 – May 18, 2017

670 White Plains Road

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Join Us on Thursday, May 18th!

Humor That Works: How to Be More Productive, Less Stressed, and Happier at Work

The current way of working isn’t working. More than ever, employees are stressed out, disengaged, and unsatisfied with their jobs. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Humor can help you be more productive, less stressed, and happier at work. It’s been proven to improve communication, build relationships, enhance problem-solving, reduce stress, and strengthen leadership. Stop hating work and start having fun.

Presented by: Andrew Tarvin, President, Humor That Works

Andrew Tarvin is the world’s first Humor Engineer teaching people how to get better results while having more fun. He has worked with thousands of people at 200+ organizations, including P&G, GE, and Microsoft. Combining his background as a project manager at Procter & Gamble with his experience as an international comedian, Andrew’s programs are engaging, entertaining, and most important, effective. He is a best-selling author, has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and TEDx, and has delivered programs in 50 states, 18 countries, and 3 continents.

Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and the APICS Tappan Zee Chapter.

  • AGENDA Thursday, May 18th 5:15 pm
  • Registration and Networking 6:00 pm
  • Presentation 7:00 pm Dinner
  • Location Cooper’s Mill Restaurant @ The Westchester Marriott, 670 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, NY, (914-631-2200) (south side of Route 119 one mile east of the TZ Bridge, just west of the I-87/I-287 interchange in Tarrytown)

Click here to register: http://ism-7counties.com/event-registration

Questions? Email: Jennifer O’Brien at jenobrie@optonline.net or call (914) 309-2774

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program.


About ISM 7-Counties

Every day supply chain management & purchasing professionals make decisions that affect their companies’ brands, competitive positioning, and bottom-line performance. The opportunity to have such an important impact across all industries is incredibly rewarding. Enter – Institute for Supply Management (ISM). For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe. ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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Supply Cab – Are You Still Smarter Than A Supply Chainer?

April 20, 2017 – April 20, 2017

670 White Plains Road

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Join us on Thursday, April 20th for an evening of networking and our 10th annual quiz competition

Supply Cab – Are You Still Smarter Than A Supply Chainer?

This program continues our tradition of a fun, educational and interactive quiz competition. Mixed teams of attendees will attempt to answer a variety of supply chain questions, learn the correct answers, and understand why those answers are the right ones. Questions will be drawn from all aspects of the supply chain including sourcing, transportation, logistics and production. The two teams finishing with the most points will be awarded prizes. As always, this will be an evening of both fun and learning.

Presented by

George Yarusavage, DLP, CTL, C.P.M.,

Principal, Fortress Consulting, and ISM 7-Counties continue as our entertaining emcee. George has held a number of transportation, logistics and purchasing management positions throughout his 39-year career of line, staff, consulting, training, and education assignments. He is Treasurer of ISM’s NY/NJ Forum, Treasurer of ISM-7 Counties, past Treasurer of the ISM Logistics & Transportation Group, and past Chairman of the American Society of Transportation & Logistics. George also serves on the APICS board.

He earned his BS in Logistics from Penn State and an MBA from NYU. Among his many honors include: 2012 Leadership Person of the Year and 2005 Innovation Person of the Year. He also won an Emmy for his support of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. George is ISM’s’ resident “go-to expert” on all matters.

Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and the APICS Tappan Zee Chapter.

Click here to register: http://ism-7counties.com/event-registration

Questions? Email: Jennifer O’Brien at jenobrie@optonline.net or call (914) 309-2774

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program.

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About ISM 7-Counties

Every day supply chain management & purchasing professionals make decisions that affect their companies’ brands, competitive positioning, and bottom-line performance. The opportunity to have such an important impact across all industries is incredibly rewarding. Enter – Institute for Supply Management (ISM). For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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Millennials by The Numbers – FREE EVENT

March 16, 2017 – March 16, 2017

670 White Plains Road

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Drinks are on us!  Join us on Thursday, March 16th for free drinks, hors d’oeuvres, networking and an informative presentation on how to best work with Millennials.

Millennials by The Numbers – The Millennials you think you have and the millennials you need.

Millennials are now the largest living generation. By 2020 they will be 50% of the workforce, it’s more important than ever to have an understanding of this unique generation’s mindset and approach to supply chain & procurement, how to attract them, how to motivate them and what they are looking for in a role & company. Hear fellow ISM 7-Counties member and ISM’s youngest president in their history, Nick Ammaturo share his insights and suggestions on how to create powerful working relationships with this group.

 

Presenter:

Nick Ammaturo

Director, Global Procurement, Coach Inc.

ISM 7-Counties President & Chairman of Board

Nick is the Director of Global Procurement for Coach, where he drives sourcing process improvement initiatives around the world. Prior to Coach, Nick served as a Director, Profit Improvement & Procurement for Hudson’s Bay Company, Senior Procurement.  He is a graduate of Villanova University and has spent a good amount of time abroad – both in his studies at the London School of Economics & Political Science and during his tenure as a Finance/Marketing Analyst for Ipsos in Beijing, China. As a winner of ThomasNet and ISM’s 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars Recognition, Nick offers his unique perspective on the best ways to work with this generation of supply chain professionals.

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program

 

Sponsored by:

SIB Fixed Cost Reduction

SIB has been successful helping find savings and refunds upwards of 30% on clients’ monthly expenses such as utilities, waste removal, telecom, cable and satellite TV, credit card processing, janitorial service, property tax and workers compensation insurance. SIB’s process is straightforward; they look for billing errors, contract compliance, and utility tariff errors. They make sure your company’s rates are the lowest possible for your classification of business and obtain refunds due based on our findings. SIB implements savings with its client’s existing vendors. No vendor changes needed. Unlike other consulting firms, SIB’s innovative business model allows them to bill based only on a percentage of the savings they find and only after clients see the savings. If no savings are found no invoice is issued. Backed by a powerful network of highly qualified professional analysts and auditors, SIB conducts a short situational assessment, SIB can determine which services are high priorities and critical to the operation of your business.

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Leveraging Business Intelligence

November 17, 2016 – November 17, 2016

670 White Plains Road

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Leveraging Business Intelligence.  Hear how empowering business users creates a competitive advantage.

Join us on Thursday, November 17th and learn how leveraging technology and data can improve transparency and promote efficiencies and communications within your organizations and industry.

The concept of BIG DATA is not new, but now there is so much data at our fingertips, it’s important to know where and how to focus. Learn how to decipher and leverage the tools you have as well as explore other ways to manage data that are less cumbersome than ever before.

 

Presenter:

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Siddarth (Sid) Shetty

Vice President, Marketplace Strategy and Experience

Sid Shetty is Vice President, Marketplace Strategy and Experience at ServiceChannel, the leading facilities services management platform. Sid built ServiceChannel’s Business Intelligence practice and continues to be an evangelist for empowering users. Sid is a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, holds a Masters degree in Engineering Management from Duke University and a Bachelors degree in Electronics Engineering from VESIT – Mumbai University. Prior to joining ServiceChannel, Sid was the Director of Engineering and Facilities at Steve & Barrys.
 AGENDA

Thursday, November 17th

  • 5:30 pm Registration & Networking
  • 6:00 pm Presentation
  • 7:00 pm Dinner

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program. 

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About ISM 7-Counties

Every day supply chain management & purchasing professionals make decisions that affect their companies’ brands, competitive positioning, and bottom-line performance. The opportunity to have such an important impact across all industries is incredibly rewarding. Enter – Institute for Supply Management (ISM). For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.

 

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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