Third Biennial Supply Chain Management Conference seized at IIM Bangalore

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IIM Bangalore organize the Third Biennial Supply Chain Management Conference The Third Biennial Supply Chain Management Conference was instated on 14 ...

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IIM Bangalore organize the Third Biennial Supply Chain Management Conference

The Third Biennial Supply Chain Management Conference was instated on 14 December, 2012 at the IIMB famous as Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. The two-day meeting had “Making Efficient Retail Supply Chain” as the theme of the consultation. That was in cooperation planned by the EADS-SMI Chair for Supply and Sourcing Management, IIM Bangalore and the Supply Chain Management Centre of IIM Bangalore.

At the opening conference, Professor Devanath Tirupati, Conference Chair and Chair Professor of EADS-SMI capable Chair and Chairperson of Supply Chain Management Centre, offered a concise intro on the topic and point of the conference. which intends to offer a meeting for practitioners and researchers to share and rally existing developments and foremost challenges in the sphere of supply chain and sourcing. IIMB Director Professor Pankaj Chandra then presented a tackle outlining the speedy changes occurred in the sphere of supply chain management and logistics, and the prospective for transforming the rustic landscape.

The Future Group’s Head Transformation Officer Mr Manoj Agarwal brought the important address. His presentation offered insights into first-rate technologies being used in supply chain management in India; additionally the challenges looked in the local framework. This address was tracked by a Q&A session with quite a few associates of the spectators vigorously appealing on the topic.

The Conference members comprise both academic practitioners and researchers. The call for papers involved over 90 submissions as of academicians and business; 58 papers have been agreed to for deliberation and presentation.

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