LogiMed Spring 2017

The LogiMed Conference Heads to Austin in the Midst of an Unpredictable New Year

As 2017 begins, a global environment of unpredictability combined with a need for savings on the part of medical device manufacturers places an even higher premium on the unique learning opportunities present at LogiMed, taking place March 7 – 9 at the gorgeous Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa, Austin, Texas.

The supply chain is often regarded as a prime area for reducing overhead when businesses are under pressure to become leaner. For medical device manufacturers, a host of technologies and strategies are being rolled out in order to uphold the goal of patient satisfaction while protecting margins. The challenges of balancing these two critical priorities aren’t easily overcome; in order to build the lean efficiencies that top healthcare businesses need, executives need to cast a wide net for information and stay on top of developing solutions.

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ACT: Aspire, Challenge and Transform in a Disruptive World

Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2017 is the world’s most important gathering of supply chain leaders. Disruptions large and small confront today’s supply chains on a daily basis.  Organizational survival depends on the ability to anticipate, adapt and transform supply chains to deliver reliability and performance.

As an attendee at this year’s Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2017, May 23 – 25 in Phoenix, Ariz., chief supply chain officers and their leadership teams will learn to recognize the impacts of disruptions and create transformational strategies that empower the organization to exceed performance expectations.

For three intensive days of analyst-led sessions, workshops, case studies and peer-to-peer exchange, supply chain leaders will learn breakthrough strategies to accelerate efficiency, capacity and bottom-line results in a highly disruptive world.


Organizations’ drive for efficiency in the supply chain has seen them adopt a wide variety of technologies, from the ingenious to the bizarre. We are now entering a period of unprecedented change for supply chains managers, with a number of new innovations entering the market en masse that have the potential to irrevocably alter operational processes, streamlining them as never before.
    I recently attended the S&OP Innovation Summit in Boston, where a number of speakers discussed what these technologies would be, with three in particular standing out.

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