Get Smart: Sydney supply chain conference


Smart Conference & Expo, a leading supply chain event, will be held at Sydney’s Convention & Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour, on May 25 and 26 this year.

Smart 2011, featuring cutting-edge products and services, is designed to fast-track learning and help improve your productivity.

The Conference features highly experienced international speakers, with case studies and interactive workshops. It also offers networking opportunities with colleagues and other professionals.

Social events include The Smart Awards presentation for supply chain excellence.

Supply Chain Management software leader, JDA Software, will feature amongst its many solutions, JDA Planogram Generator, during an Expo presentation by Senior Vice President of Supply Chain David Johnston.

This presentation will take attendees through a staged process of understanding a shift from store-cluster to consumer-centric store planogram.

It will feature case studies of customers who have successfully made the transition and experienced increased sales, improved retailers’ satisfaction with store-specific promotions and assortments, and better inventory management.

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