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Infosys Technologies invites you to the "Integrated Product Management" session at the Electronics Supply Chain Association (ESCA) Spring Symposium on April 19-20, in San Jose, California. This year's ESCA Spring Symposium focuses on Demand Centric Execution.
Miguel Zuniga, Solution Manager, Infosys High-Tech and Discrete Manufacturing Practice, will lead an interactive discussion on how companies can shorten the product lifecycle and maximize profitability through information-sharing and process optimization systems. You will also have the opportunity to be part of a real-time "dip-stick" survey about the key supply chain challenges faced by companies.
Title: Integrated Product Management
Speaker: Miguel Zuniga, Solution Manager, Infosys Technologies.
Event: ECSA 2005 Spring Symposium
Date: 19th April 2005
Time: Presentation - 9:00am , Panel discussion - 4:30pm
Venue: DoubleTree Hotel, San Jose, CA
A typical high-tech product goes through
(1) new product development,
(2) product sustenance, and
(3) product phase-out.
IPM is an approach to maximize the benefits from the product lifecycle by integrating applications, processes, and people.
Miguel Zuniga, Solutions Manager- High Tech and Discrete Manufacturing Practice, Infosys Technologies Ltd
Miguel is responsible for developing and deploying solutions for the high tech and discrete manufacturing at Infosys. Over the past decade, Miguel has focused on design, development, and deployment of enterprise optimization and decision support systems in supply chain management. During his 5-year tenure at PwC, he planned, organized, and led solution roadmaps for Fortune-500 clients in the areas of product lifecycle management, supply-demand matching, e-business procurement, strategic quality management, production planning and factory scheduling.
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