As companies grow and expand globally, supply chain visibility becomes increasingly critical to revenue generation and meeting customers’ expectations. Lalit Wadhwa, senior vice president, global supply chain operations at
Avnet Electronics Marketing
, an operating group of
), will present a case study on the topic at the next Supply Chain and Transportation one2one Summit, laying out specific steps that can be taken in order to mitigate or minimize the impact of supply network issues.
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Avnet’s Lalit Wadhwa presents keynote address at Supply Chain and Transportation one2one Summit
“Improved Response Management through Supply Chain Visibility – An Avnet case study” will offer specific methods to gain real-time visibility in the demand chain, allowing companies to rapidly address possible risks. Speaking from an Avnet customer perspective, Wadhwa will share the processes, best practices, tools and systems that can also be used in other industries.
“Today’s supply chains have become very extended, reaching various countries and continents. That creates opportunities, but also causes visibility problems we never had 20 years ago,” said Wadhwa. “Customers in the high-tech industry can leverage Avnet’s infrastructure and capabilities in the supply chain visibility arena to lower inventory and operating costs, create new revenue opportunities and increase customer satisfaction.”
The Supply Chain and Transportation one2one Summit brings together executives looking for partnerships and insights to solve today's supply chain challenges while discussing the latest advances in supply chain and transportation. The event will be held in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, December 11-13,
to learn more about it.
Wadhwa and his team are based in Phoenix, and they assist Avnet customers to seamlessly move their supply chain from one region of the world to another, across multiple sites. He also ensures consistent supply chain business processes for global customers across Avnet’s regions and provides customers with a consistent experience regardless of location. He is a 20-year Avnet veteran.