Rethinking Supply Chains: Sustainable Supply Chains for the New Consumer

Key aspects of the supply chain today lies in resilience and sustainability, both of which have become real possibilities as digital technology is increasingly adopted in the region. Technology like big data, robotics, AI and ML has made supply chain processes more transparent and efficient.

As the manufacturing distribution and retail landscape becomes increasingly interconnected, it is important to have a clear view of the entire supply chain. On the back-end, datasets and information may already be readily available. The next step to take would be to eliminate data silos and explore ways to derive value from these raw, unstructured data. Properly managed, firms may then make data-driven, informed decisions along the entire manufacturing, distribution and retail value chain.

More importantly, amidst a growing customer base comprising middle-class consumers, the ASEAN market will place a higher emphasis on the quality, convenience, and sustainability of their product or purchase. This session explored how customer demands and increasing digital adoption coalesce to realise supply chains that will cater to the regional market.

Date: 26 September 2021
Time: 10 AM - 11:30 AM (GMT+8)

Focus Discussion:

- Centralised View of Processes with Data and Automation

- Sustainable Practices from End-to-end

- Transparency and Visibility for Efficiency


Rhett V. Ramos
Director, Asia IT & Smart Manufacturing
Allegro Microsystems Philippines

David John Whitehead


Mavin Group

Michael Lim

GTM Leader for ERP & Digital Supply Chain, APAC