GMA IS/LD Conference 2005

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Infosys is pleased to invite you to the GMA IS/LD Conference 2005 at Palm Beach Gardens, Florida where we are a content sponsor. Mr. Keith Scovell from Infosys Technologies will be talking on "Value Realization - Supply Chain Challenges in Moving to Store Level Category Management" at a breakout session on April 12th.

Speaker: Keith Scovell
Topic: "Value Realization - Supply Chain Challenges in Moving to Store Level Category Management".

Event Details

Date: Tuesday, April 12th 2005
Time: 1600hrs to 1645hrs
Venue: PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, FL



Session Overview
Marketing is driving store level category management and tools that provide a wealth of information to aid analytics are rapidly emerging. Companies are now faced with some critical questions:

In this session, we will describe a strategy to address the migration related to some of the major application servers, including IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic, Oracle Application Server, Sun One, and JBoss. Real world examples of how this strategy has been applied in the industry will be provided. Frameworks for planning and executing the migration, including effort and time estimation will be presented. A detailed case study will be covered to illustrate to the audience how the best practices and frameworks presented in this session have been applied for successful migration planning and execution.

  • How do we act on this information?
  • How will value be realized?
  • What are the new supply chain requirements in this environment?

This session will attempt to address these questions by examining organizational structure, process changes and enabling technologies. It will present a framework that will aid value realization from a supply chain perspective.



Keith Scovell
Senior Manager, CPG Industry
Keith Scovell has more than 20 years experience working in the information systems industry. He has worked with major CPG companies, distributors and grocers, leading efforts at reengineering supply chain processes to drive additional value. Keith is currently focused on helping companies leverage demand signals to decrease product stock outs at the store shelf.

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