International Conference on Digital Supply Chain Oct 23rd-24th 2020.

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Date(s) - 23/10/2020 - 24/10/2020
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About the Conference:

Logistics & Supply Chain Management (LSCM) is one of the major segments of all economies. It is important for a nation and to all business organisations. Today, LSCM has become competitive tool for many organisations. LSCM is changing the nature of many segments of the economy. For example, aggregators have changed the face of Transport sector, food delivery, Grocery, both wet and dry delivery and many such other segments.

Digital technology is influencing almost every facet of our lives. Digitization has also brought change in LSCM. According to Mckinsey’s report, digitization brings about future supply chains (supply chain 4.0) which will be faster, more flexible, granular, accurate, efficient and agile in nature. Supply chain professionals expect digitization to bring significant economic benefits to both top and bottom lines. Companies with highly digitized supply chains and operations can expect efficiency gains. Companies across industries are investing heavily to develop their own versions of the digital supply chains. As a result, a lot of supply chain disruptions are going to happen in the coming years. Under this backdrop, ABBS is organizing a one day workshop and two day International Conference on ‘Digital Supply Chain’ in association with the Centre for Research in Materials Management (CRIMM).

 

Conference Key Objectives:

i. To present research works on Digital Supply Chain.

ii. To learn current practices adopted and technology used in LSCM.

iii. To share updated knowledge on digital supply chain space.

iv. To provide a common platform to industry participants and the participants from academia for collaboration and exchange of ideas.

v. To show case the best /benchmarking practices in LSCM

vi. To disseminate the benefits of digital supply chain transformations through conference publications.

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