aim10x global 2022 is our premier
digital transformation event.
aim10x global 2022 is our largest digital transformation event to date. Through keynotes with C-Suite executives and interactive industry roundtables, we will provide you with an online platform to learn from firsthand digital transformation experience.
- 05 Apr aim10x Global 2022 - Day 1
- 06 Apr aim10x Global 2022 - Day 2
- 07 Apr aim10x Global 2022 - Day 3 + Innovators Connect
Building Digital Capabilities to Transform Planning and Decision-Making
Digital transformation has become essential for companies that want to succeed in an increasingly volatile and complex business environment. Increasing amounts of data are becoming available and digital-native companies have proven that data is a powerful catalyst in transforming business models. Yet, many companies struggle to turn data points into knowledge
[Keynote]: The Case for Optimism on the Climate Crisis
The Sustainability Revolution is well underway, and it has the potential to reshape the world, transforming our relationship to businesses, to the environment, and to each other. The private sector has a critical role to play in achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement by taking bold action and embracing the Sustainability Revolution in this decisive decade.
Leveraging Advanced Planning Capabilities in the Discrete Manufacturing Industry
There has been a lot of attention recently on using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for demand forecasting. The consumer goods industry was an early adopter, but these approaches are now being successfully deployed in the discrete manufacturing industry too. Specifically, the power of ML-based forecasting can help both forecast overall market volumes and predict which product configuration will sell in which markets. Another high value use case is in predicting demand for spare parts.
Why is IBP the critical capability to generating business value in uncertain times, make better decisions, and respond faster to changes in the market?
Consumer facing companies are confronted with more frequent and a wider variety of disruptions than ever before. Demand fluctuations have always been a challenge, but now CPG companies must also manage quickly changing consumer behavior, evolving global health concerns, inflation, raw material price increases, commodity shortages and more. To deal with the complexity and volatility, consumer business leaders need next-generation IBP capabilities to make the best possible decisions for the entire enterprise.
[Keynote]: AB InBev: The CTO's Story of their Digital Transformation Journey
The consumer is evolving very fast and their demands are getting more and more sophisticated. At the same time, markets are becoming more mature. With the changing circumstances that impact the supply chain, the role of the planning is becoming more and more important. Making and keeping planning as a competitive differentiator requires a combination of talent, process execution management systems, and advanced tools. When those are brought together in one platform, then companies are a step ahead of their competition.
Resiliency in Retail: Transforming the Omnichannel Experience
The retail industry continues to evolve at a rapid clip. Consumers’ product preferences are shifting significantly. Their channel preferences are changing as well, with a continued step-change to omnichannel. Such transformational shifts in consumer behavior create extraordinary levels of variability, uncertainty, and complexity within supply chains. As such, retailers need to respond to these changes while maintaining margins, service, and efficiencies with optimal planning of inventory, transportation, sourcing, and fulfilment. Now is the time for retailers to challenge the status quo, level up their supply chain competencies, and successfully transform their businesses.
[Keynote]: Walmart: The VP's Story of their Digital Transformation Journey
The balance between managing costs and meeting customer expectations is precarious, at best. Volatile demand and disrupted supply compound the complexity, further exposing the deficiencies in traditional operating models. To accelerate the change needed to face complexity and better balance the needs of the business with the needs of the customer requires planning transformation. With new systems and processes, supply chain planning becomes the catalyst that drives service up and costs down.
Sustainability as a measure of Supply Chain Success
The pressure is on companies to simultaneously perform well and do good for the planet. Addressing this combined challenge requires strategic alignment of transformation priorities such that investments in people, process and technology create progress toward ALL objectives. For those companies that already align purpose and performance the move to digital operating models is a critical step on the path to success.
Managing Revenue Growth in an Era of Volatility
As constantly changing consumer trends and supply chain constraints continue to shape the current business environment, many companies have learned that traditional revenue management processes need to be upgraded. Last year’s session established that innovative technologies like AI/ML are driving demand sensing, analyzing and shaping capabilities that will help businesses optimize both demand planning and revenue management initiatives. Now is the time to explore how these technologies can help businesses create a holistic revenue management approach that is sustainable and scalable.
[Keynote]: Starbucks: The Executives' Stories of their Digital Transformation Journey
Retail supply chains must know everything about every sale well before it ever happens. That means constantly ingesting data and updating plans to make sure that what is available at the point of sale is what customers really want. With next-generation technology throughout the supply chain, including at store level, predictive planning can save time, enhance accuracy and drive alignment throughout the enterprise.
2022 Strategic Supply Chain Technology Themes
Having a clear vision, strategy, and well-documented roadmap for supply chain technology is key for organizations. What should supply chain leaders consider as they look at strategic technologies? Christian Titze, Research VP at Gartner will present the 2022 Strategic Supply Chain Technology Themes. He will also do a deeper dive into how companies can leverage them for better supply chain planning and share key recommendations.
A Conversation with Al Gore: Strategies for the Sustainability Revolution
The need to take action on climate change is well understood. Yet, corporations are hesitant to move beyond the profitability threshold as real constraints, and unchanging expectations persist. To drive real change requires visionary thought leaders working together to enable and accelerate the transformation of supply chains to sustainable, low carbon operating models
[Keynote]: Danone: The COO's Story of their Digital Transformation Journey
Modernizing the supply chain requires fundamental shifts, especially with increasingly complex requirements in the product portfolio and increasingly demanding customers. Digital transformation is critical as it provides visibility to demand opportunities and supply availability, and also creates the ability to run scenarios based on real-time insights. Knowing the operational and financial impacts of trade-offs makes it possible to proactively plan responses in a rapidly changing environment.
Transform CPG Planning and Execution with Advanced S&OE
The consumer packaged goods industry is transforming as a result of shifting demand and consumer expectations. Many CPGs are leveraging digital technologies to develop more accurate demand sensing and scenario planning capabilities. Join us to learn more about how technologies like o9’s Control Tower turns real-time data into insights that help CPGs quickly respond to demand fluctuations.
[Keynote]: HP Enterprise: The VP of Operations' Story of their Digital Transformation Journey
Manufacturers are crippled by the high variability in the quality and low accuracy of external forecasts. Running the forecast on Excel didn’t help, as it was impossible to leverage external market drivers to predict demand. Shifting to a next-generation planning platform automates forecast consolidation onto one single platform and makes it easy to incorporate data from external data providers in the planning processes. Pulling it altogether and leading the business is the full S&OP process run directly on the technology platform.
Creating Post-Pandemic Resilience in the Fashion and Apparel Industry
The fashion and apparel industry may be facing a long road to recovery in a post-pandemic world. McKinsey Global Fashion Index projects that in an “optimistic” early stage recovery model, the fashion industry would return to 2019 activity levels in the Q3 of 2022. In a late stage recovery scenario, a 2019 activity level return would happen in Q4 of 2023. In addition, this industry faces a complex global outlook that includes supply chain constraints, shifts in consumer buying behaviors, and increased pressure to incorporate sustainable practices into the manufacturing process. In this panel, industry thought leaders share insights on how the right technology can dramatically reduce complexity and improve efficiency through the value chain.
Unlock Process Industries with Digital Operating Models
Traditional operating models are designed to run smoothly. The entire value chain has historically been based on the physical flow of products across tiers until the final product reaches its final customer. The physical flow is based on the information flow from the final customer upstream through each tier. The confluence of disruptions happening simultaneously at multiple tiers has broken the traditional point-to-point model because demand shocks cause havoc and supply shocks cause chaos. The only way forward is transforming to digital operating models that consider all of the value chain, all of the time.
The Academic Approach to Supply Chain Digital Transformation
Evolving consumer behavior has changed how businesses interact with their customers. Global supply chains must keep pace, even as business-to-consumer (B2C) behaviors blend into business-to-business (B2B) interactions. Prepare future leaders for such rapid and consistent evolution calls for new ways thinking about the past, present and future of supply chain. Guiding the way are today’s academic leaders who are building the models to transform thought to action.
[Keynote]: Google: The Story of their Digital Transformation Journey
To drive global transformation, leaders must facilitate growth through technology and strategic planning. Doing so requires organizations to develop the transformation roadmap to align programs across the value chain, build out critical capabilities, and attract and retain talent. Creating this advanced vision and strategy enables organizations to drive the digital transformation that is the foundation for future success.
Project Zebra: Reinventing Supply Chain from the Outside-In
Project Zebra is a consortium of thought leaders and practitioners that challenges traditional thinking, helping business leaders “unlearn” inside-out processes and transition to an outside-in planning approach. The problem is that there is no industry accepted definition of an outside-in process and the business value. The work of Project Zebra is attempting to close this gap. This panel, moderated by Lora Cecere, Founder of Supply Chain Insights, will share highlights of recent industry Project Zebra workshops, and provide perspectives from participants on their unlearning and definition of outside-in processes. The panel will also highlight plans with ASCM on how this new thinking will impact the SCOR model and an industry led RFP to test and learn the new planning paradigm.
Build your supply chain digital twin to respond at scale to risks and opportunities
The scale and speed of the digital economy, with market fragmentation, channel and business model innovation, proliferating product variants, has overwhelmed legacy demand planning and supply chain applications. To master supply chain agility at scale you must learn from colleagues who build detailed production process models including process yield and constraints, to respond in real time to spikes in demand or bottlenecks in supply. In this session, Forrester will share research about the urgent imperative to rethink demand planning and supply chain execution, and how to get started on your supply chain digital twin.
TATA Steel: The Story of their Digital Transformation Journey
Supply chain planning transformation must balance the need to address today’s challenges with establishing a vision for future value creation. To do so, businesses must invest in the advanced technology that will allow them to break free of the limitations of traditional tools and make the shift to digital operating models. What results are the critical capabilities like scenario planning and real-time demand-supply synchronization that create game-changing opportunities for the enterprise.
The Digital Supply Chain Transformation Journey of Hyundai Doosan Infracore
Hyundai Doosan Infracore knows the challenges faced by industrial manufacturing supply chains. The company directly experienced the supply and demand disruptions that impacted their ability to serve their customers. To better manage these challenges, Hyundai Doosan Infracore initiated a digital transformation, with a focus on sales and operations planning. Learn more about the transformation journey of this global leader in the production of infrastructure and equipment, including lessons learned and the plan for the future.
Digital Transformation (DX) of logistics business in a general trading company
Marubeni knows how challenging it is for Japanese companies to digitalize information and improve planning. Through its Digital Supply Chain Management Services, the company is helping companies to face those challenges, balancing the need to manage costs and inventory while driving sales growth. Learn how this leading conglomerate is shaping the digital transformation journey and building the future of digital transformation.
AI/ML Enabled Supply Chain Digital Transformation for the Tier 1 Auto Supplier in China
As a tier 1 auto parts company, Schaeffler faced major planning challenges in China. To combat these challenges the company established digital core capabilities throughout the supply chain. Learn how Schaeffler leverages AI/ML to improve supply chain planning accuracy and supply efficiency in China and how their supply chain digital transformation brings significant value.
How to stay connected with industry leaders in aim10x
Stephan de Barse, EVP of o9 Solutions and a leading voice in the aim10x Innovators Network, together with the aim10x Innovators Council, will kick off the session by sharing our collective accomplishments over the past year and our vision for 2022. We will also ask for your thoughts on how the network can sustain and improve its support of your digital transformation journey going forward.
Advanced S&OP and Integrated Business Planning by Chris Tyas, Former Senior VP Global Supply Chain Nestlé
S&OP and IBP have become hot topics in almost every industry over the past two years due to supply chain disruptions. Join Chris Tyas to discuss what has changed since Covid-19 hit and—more importantly—how to consider the new role of the supply chain within your organization, and how to rethink Integrated Business Planning. In this session, you’ll learn more about: - How the past 24 months have changed the way of planning. - The new role of supply chain in your organization and the impact on people and processes. - How to rethink IBP in 2022.
Supply Chain Resilience by Angela Qu, Chief Procurement Officer at Lufthansa Group
Angela will host an interactive discussion where as a group you will discuss how you tackled the situation and what you learned. Angela will provide her thoughts on: How to respond to a crisis in your supply chain, how to take care of your team’s wellbeing and how to lead with empathy and compassion
Sustainability & Supply Chain by Darina Elencheva, ESG Director at BME
As Director of Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance, Darina will share her insight and experience from the role and delve into her successful sustainability campaigns. She will answer questions on: - Current overview of sustainability eco-system for businesses - Optimizing global efforts to reduce carbon emissions across the supply chain - Net-zero - is this a myth? - ESG Reporting - Key to your carbon emissions mapping
The Future of Talent by Rohit Sathe, Chief Supply Chain & Procurement Officer, Sunrise Medical, and Brandon Curry, Advisor and Former Vice President, Global Human Resources at Federal-Mogul Motorparts
Join Rohit Sathe and Brandon Curry to explore the future of talent, supply chain, and what skills and competencies the workforce will need to develop to create a competitive advantage within the supply chain. In this session, you’ll learn more about: - What the future of supply chain may look like - The skills and competencies that will help build a stronger supply chain - The strategies to create and curate these skills and competencies among talent
S&OE & Control Tower by Philippe Lambotte, VP Logistics and Field Operations at Tonal (Ex J&J, Merck)
Join Philippe Lambotte for a timely discussion on this topic where we will highlight: - Practical approaches for managing short-term volatility and complexity. - Strategies for iteratively connecting short term execution with longer-term IBP - Control Tower capabilities that provide predictive analytics and real-time scenario analysis to accelerate quality decision making. The session will facilitate Q&A discussion to gain insights from peers.