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Date: October 6-8, 2008
Venue: Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, WA, USA
The Microsoft BI Conference is focused on business intelligence, business strategy, product information, Microsoft team interaction, implementation best practices and customer insights into Microsoft BI products.
Infosys, the gold sponsor of the event, will present a session on 'Enhancing Supply Chain Visibility and Collaboration with Microsoft BI technologies'.
Date: October 6-8, 2008
Time: 08:00 - 17:00 PST
Topic: Enhancing Supply Chain Visibility and Collaboration with Microsoft BI technologies
Booth No: 307
Speakers: Krishnan Parasuraman, Principal Architect and Solution leader, Manufacturing Industries, Infosys
Anoop Lalla, Practice Lead, Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence, Infosys
In the Flat World, high-tech and manufacturing supply chains are becoming increasingly complex. Supply chain networks must manage multiple nodes, demand volatility, expanding supplier base, rising raw material and transportation costs, and mergers and acquisitions. In this environment, how do you gain visibility into performance across your entire supply chain network to improve collaboration and make quick, informed decisions?
Attend our session to learn how a platform based on the Microsoft BI stack can enhance your supply chain visibility and collaboration, and complement existing investments in supply chain applications. Learn about the business value that manufacturers have realized towards improving their supply chain performance by leveraging the Infosys and Microsoft collaborative platform and solution.
Krishnan Parasuraman has over 12 years of experience in supply chain management, customer operations, business intelligence, performance management and master data management. He has played customer advisory roles in enterprise business intelligence strategy and information management across Hi-Tech, Manufacturing, Automotive and Aerospace.
Anoop Lalla has over 14 years of experience in the management of technology- based endeavors. He has led global initiatives for delivering enterprise-wide Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence solutions at Fortune 1000 companies and large non-profit organizations. He represents Infosys in the advisory council for major Business Intelligence vendors and advises them on customer implementation challenges, and the trends in Business Intelligence.
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