SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTICS Indonesia 2018
Leveraging Supply Chain for Industry 4.0
1-2 August 2018: Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
Day 1 | 1st August 2018
Registration & Coffee
Welcome Remarks by Conference Convenor Javin Bhinde, Director and Co-Founder, SynCore Consulting
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT THE ART & SCIENCE
Industry 4.0 & Supply Chain 4.0: The increasing impact of supply chains on business profitability and Digital as a pivotal force in business transformation.
Companies face strategic challenges in their growth path whether its process streamlining or formulating future goals. Threat of disruption and failure are making deployment of digital technologies an imperative for the smooth functioning of business and to drive business performance improvement goals. New supply chain technology can power up existing operations, streamline inventory, and increase revenue-if implemented correctly. How is Indonesia Inc moving in this direction and what is the untapped potential for technology providers to partner this growth
Nyoman Pujawan, President, Indonesian Supply Chain - Logistics Institute
Mulia Dewi Karnadi, Director Small Medium Corporate & One Commercial Partner, Microsoft Indonesia
Ananya Nanda, Asia Pacific SAP Supply Chain Leader, EY
Panel Discussion : The Evolution of Supply Chain – What can Indonesia learn from Supply Chain success stories of the rest of the world?
Given the vast geographical spread, and complexities of distribution, Indonesia has its unique set of challenges in Distribution and Logistics. Efficient Supply Chain Management is the backbone for Indonesia's succes in sustenance and growth. Successful Companies have traversed the SC learning curve and are geared up to integrate all relevant technological advances seamlessly into the SC roadmap. What makes these Companies resilient in the Supply Chain Manufacturing and how they leverage Technology and emerging process solutions?
Javin Bhinde, Director and Co-Founder, SynCore Consulting
Yukki Nugrahawan Hanafi, Chairman, ALFI / ILFA
Ivan Kamadjaja, CEO, PT Kamadjaja Logistics
Jan Willem Winkelhuijzen, Managing Director, DHL Supply Chain Indonesia
Asok Kumar, President Director, P.T Schenker Petrolog Utama Indonesia
David Rahadian, Vice Chairman, ABUPI
People development and professionalization in the logistics industry
Charlie Villasenor, President & CEO Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia
How AI & Deep Learning can help in Supply Chain Decision Making
Artificial Intelligence is a buzzword that has taken the market by storm. But what exactly is AI? And how can it help the supply chain industry? This session discusses the use of AI in decision making for supply chain managers, the need for automation in the industry and the key metrics to track while making business decisions.
Krishna Khandelwal, Chief Business Officer, Locus
Supply Chain Innovation, Analytics and Big Data for leveraging technology
New technologies have the potential to create an accelerated business value through a network approach. Mobility,
Big Data and Common Platforms are the 3 big trends for the extended Supply Chain for the next 5 years but others will
follow soon or will impact individual Supply Chain processes. Companies need to understand the implications on their
supply chains and trigger value based innovation.
As manufacturing companies become increasingly complex and begin leveraging more data, the role of advanced analytics in business planning processes is slowly becoming a necessity. Gartner’s 2016 CEO Survey shows that 54% of CEOs claimed that their top strategic priority for the year was business growth. One of the key tools is an efficient supply chain that can ensure decisions are bolstered with advanced analytics which provide and predictive and prescriptive insights.
Veera Senthil Athiban, Associate Vice President – Sales ASEAN, Bristlecone
Integrating your supply chain from end to end
Integrated approaches to supply chain management have done much to improve the efficiency of inter and intra-organizational supply chain networks. Ever-more sophisticated technological solutions have sought to enable the process. Concepts like Supplier Relationship Management and Distributor / Dealer Agreements have helped to strengthen relationships and build trust. What is the roadmap for an organization to achieve end to end supply chain integration?
Michael Herrmann, Managing Director- Freight Forwarding, Geodis
Networking & Lunch Break
The future of the future … belongs to intelligent networked companies
Total network orchestration is the highest and most sophisticated state a global supply chain can attain. Networked companies win because they’re agile, fast, and efficient. They’re the first to sense and the first to respond to events, the right way. That’s operational excellence.
The networked supply chain combines advanced and intelligent supply chain planning, execution, and finance capabilities with the global commerce network so companies achieve the velocity and control needed to compete in today’s rapidly-evolving markets. Intelligent supply chain applications automate key processes from planning, through execution, to final settlement. Advanced algorithms, optimization engines, and machine learning turn data, from across the value chain, into actionable insights and prescribe better decisions. Integrated execution allows users to easily turn plans into action.
For anyone who enjoys being scared and excited at the same time, AI is shaping up to be the roller coaster of choice for some years to come. Parsing what is real and what is not—what is cool for the sake of being cool versus what can offer genuine business benefit—will take some time. However, executives will be wise to “watch this space” and look for partners equipped to turn the AI vision into reality. As the saying goes, just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it’s not there.
Cas Brentjens, Director Solution Consulting, Asia Pacific Japan, Infor
Transform to stay relevant in the era of on-demand logistics!
The world of logistics is in a perennial state of change, facing numerous challenges & dynamic demands. Disruptions including the on-demand platform models are set to completely change the way logistics is done. Updating yourself with the latest technology is a must to stay ahead in this do-or-die game. Watch this conversation between Ramco Systems, a global Logistics ERP provider and their customer LBC Express, a market leader in Logistics in Philippines to know how they handle / support technology transformation of Logistics Service Providers.
Rajesh Kumar, Head – Presales, Logistics Practice, Ramco Systems
Alexander Francis Deato, Senior VP - Head-IT Division, LBC Express Inc
Panel Discussion: Building Excellence in Multichannel/ Omnichannel Customer Experience: Online, Retail, B2C and B2B
In today's maturing consumer markets, emphasis is shifting from straightforward sales to a more holistic approach to customer life cycle management. A multi-channel, integrative customer model that delivers customer value an signicant return on investment (ROI) requires both a strong understanding of customer preferences and behaviors and a robust IT architecture that supports the overarching CRM strategy.
Ari Hatorkisan Pane, Head - Central Executive Board, Air Transport experts, Indonesian Logistics Community
Ira Wibisono, COO, ritase.com
Tushar Gupte, Partner, SynCore Consulting Group
Terry Chan, founder & CEO, eC-Post Worldwide
Budi Handoko, CEO, Shipper Indonesia
IoT and Mobile applications for enhanced Supply Chain visibility
One of the biggest trends poised to change supply chain management is asset tracking, which gives companies a way to totally overhaul their supply chain and logistics operations by giving them the tools to make better decisions and save time and money. New developments are making the traditional scanners obsolete, as the can only collect data on broad types of items, rather than the location or condition of specific items. Similarly, IoT will impact warehousing, fleet management, inventory operations in significant ways
Srikanth KV, Director – ASEAN, SCM Cloud & IOT Applications, Oracle
Sandeep Chatterjee, Senior Manager, Deloitte India
The impact of blockchain technology on seafreight and airfreight supply chains: usecases
Pieter Vandevelde - Chief Operating Officer, TBSx3
Panel Discussion : FMCG & Retail - Integrating Supply Chain capabilities - Needs & Challenges
The numerous retail formats pose a challenging integration approach to the FMCG players. Non availability of systems in one end and a myriad of ERP systems at the other end complicate the smooth integration of Supply Chain capabilities for mutual benefit. Intense competition and conflicting interests prevent a Win-Win solution to emerge. Identifying common goals and addressing them in the integrated approach is the way for profitability for both sectors.
Heru A S Pribadi, Supply Chain Director & Independent Director, PT Hero Supermarket Tbk
Mukesh Sah, Head - logistics & stores, Rich Graviss
Ritesh Manchanda, Head Planning & Distribution, McCain
Rohit Batra, Head - Supplychain, Ferrero India
Closing Remarks And End Of Day 1
Day 2 | 2nd August 2018
Registration & Coffee
Welcome Remarks by Conference Convenor Javin Bhinde, Director and Co-Founder SynCore Consulting
BUILDING AND MANAGING AGILE SUPPLY CHAINS FOR GROWTH
Operational Excellence in FMCG
Sourcing, Manufacturing and Distribution in FMCG need to work in consonance to provide superior customer satisfaction. Inventory misalignment at any stage impacts the other stages and deteriorates customer experience. Forecasting errors lead to excess and shortages across places and time-lines. The only solution is to get out of Silo-working and have a holistic approach for customer satisfaction and growth.
Javin Bhinde, Director and Co-Founder SynCore Consulting
Panel Discussion: Challenges in implementing pull-based replenishment system
Suppliers can control stock availability up to a point – but how can we ensure on-shelf availability once it’s in the retailers’ hands? What new tools are available which can help to improve inventory planning and reduce stock availability issues in today’s demand-driven supply chain? Insights into maintaining the right availability for the customer, without simply throwing stock as the problem
Javin Bhinde, Director and Co-Founder SynCore Consulting
Sandeep Chatterjee, Senior Manager, Deloitte India
Tarun Kumar Guha, Director Supply Chain (Logistics & Distribution), Dr.Reddy’s
Untethered Orchestration of the Digital Supplychain
In a Supply chain landscape where half of the conference topics now pivot on IoT, Digitalization, AI, Machine Learning, Smart Factory, Intelligent Warehousing, and most definitely Blockchain, it is a harsh reality that about half the players still struggle to implement or migrate their ERP systems. It would be remiss not to propose and discuss a fresh approach that could tie all the data points together. Ultimately, the factories, warehouses, robots, computers and people will need to interact (not just interface) harmoniously. In this session, we will review a new approach to leverage the entire digital ecosystem – untethered to any specific technology provider – that will enable the end-to-end orchestration of all Supply Chain activities and events.
Danny Halim, Vice President, Distribution & 3PL Strategy, JDA Software
Tea Break & Networking
Applying Blockchain for more efficient supply chain logistics
- Introduction to Blockchain concepts
- Examples of how blockchain is being applied to improve supply chain logistics
- Where to start with a blockchain project
Zelda Anthony, IBM’s Head of Blockchain, ASEAN
Technological trends and E-commerce in Pharma
Online sales of non-prescription drugs are revolutionizing the market, threatening major players and allowing small manufacturers to gobble up market share. With Amazon, Alibaba, and even Google and Apple talking about entering the online Pharma market, how should the industry gear up to these changes in the near future?
Palvannan Pillai, Business Development Advisor, Halodoc
Enabling your success through Optimized Supply Chains
There are hundreds of supply chain what-if questions to answer when running a Regional business. Sub-optimal supply chain decisions could result in wasting millions of dollars. Supply chain design enables fast, data-backed answers to tough supply chain questions. Model your end-to-end supply chain to visualize inefficiencies, optimize for significant improvements in cost, service and risk; and test hundreds of potential scenarios for continuous supply chain visibility, improvement and innovation.
Bruce Craig, SEA Director, LLamasoft
Networking & Lunch Break
Automation in e-Commerce and Retail
Fully integrated systems let business owners automate their sales and marketing info, so information is automatically retrieved, catalogued, and analyzed. Back end software allows for automatic inventory tracking with data fed from a front-end sale. Automation software is benefiting and changing the e-commerce and retail industry.
Xavier Perello Pairada, Managing Director, South and South East Asia, SSI Schaefer
Panel Discussion: The journey to profitability in Retail Chains : from Red to Green
Given the huge variety of competition in every retail format, the customer is always the ultimate king. First driving the footfalls, and then converting them to consumer buying remains a perpetual challenge. Differentiation, segmentation, service edge, correct pricing, correct format and product mix, inventory pressures, marketing and controlling operating expenses , while eyeing for organic and inorganic growth – achieving the right balance determines whether the business truns to red or goes on the green path of profitability and stability
Atirak Mehra, Sr. GM Supply Chain, Pt. MAP Aktif Adiperkasa TBK (MAP subsidiary company)
Joseph Buntaran, President Director/CEO, PT. Lotte Shopping Indonesia
Leveraging Smart Warehousing to Increase Supply Chain Efficiencies : IoT, Robots and Automation
What is driving the adoption of smart warehousing? Consumer expectations. Today’s consumer expects immediate gratification.
They want to point, click and receive their orders in days or sometimes hours.
IoT devices help to reduce the use of manual labor, incidence of errors and increase the speed of processing goods.
Autonomous mobile robots often referred to as AMR can move independently and utilize sensors and cameras for help with navigation. Different from Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV), AMR do not operate on a fixed path. AMR sense and perceive their environment, find their specific position within it, analyze and then execute movement. AMR are most frequently used to move or handle product within the warehouse.
Jhordan Gil, Solutions Advisor, JDA Software
Inventory Management & Supply Chain – A Pharma-centric view
The pharmaceutical supply chain is one of the most complex supply chains in the world. That’s no
surprise when you consider the global nature of the industry and the size and scope of the companies
that dominate the space. But it is also notoriously unwieldy and has historically been resistant to
With the rise of generics, increasing volume of prescriptions,and with the rise of cold chain logistics alongwith marked slow-down in mergers & acquisitions, the major transformations in this industry expected are : a push into emerging markets for growth, shift towards global inventory management and the unlocking of Ai, Big Data and Cloud tecniques.
Denny Fikri, President Director PT Angkasa Pura Kargo
Harjanto Heri, CFO, PT Anugrah Argon Medica
Warehouse of the Future / Connected Supply Chain
David Hudson, APAC Vice President, Honeywell Workflow Solutions
Best-Practice in Demand Planning & Inventory Management To Reduce Stockholding & Availability Issues To Ensure You Meet Consumer Demands
Alok Bishnoi, Country Head, Samsonite Indonesia
Data Interoperability in a fragmented Supplychain
Vishnu Vardhan, Director & Founder, AIOCD Pharmasofttech AWACS
Panel Discussion: Indonesia as an emerging exporter in FMCG : leveraging SCM for capturing markets
Most of Indonesia’s success is largely homegrown. Meaning, domestic consumption (roughly 60%) has
enabled Indonesia to grow faster than its neighbors, such as Singapore, whose economy is more
dependent on import/export trade and therefore more vulnerable to slowing export demand.
Indonesian exports are worth about 25% of the country’s economy. With superior strategies in SCM, Indonesia can become a major exporter of its unique products.