India Supply Chain Thought
For over 7 years, India Supply Chain Thought Leadership Summit (ISCTLS), the only exclusive leadership conference, has helped senior supply chain professionals interact, exchange, and share world-class supply chain practices.
ISCTLS is designed for practice leaders- whether a CSCO, CLO, CPO, or a rising star, ISCTLS is the only forum they will ever need to identify the mega trends, understand geopolitics and geography of supply chains, to build your views on an agile, resilient, sustainable supply chain for the future.
ISCM Forums is organizing India’s exclusive, premium, and preeminent meeting of industry leaders, service providers, and solution providers to create a roadmap for the next supply chain paradigm. The event will end with a Supply Chain Night – where ISCM will fête the achievements of the best of the best at the 8th India Logistics and Supply Chain Awards.
This year we will explore the linked themes of planning, process, technology and geography and how they are shaping the supply chains for the future.
Structural Reforms in Supply Chains – How National and Infrastructure policies are redesigning Indian supply chains
Global business volatility has forced companies to re-evaluate their supply chain foot print. A number of new initiatives from the Government are helping the way firms in India can structure their supply chains. Companies need to change their supply chains to take advantage of these initiatives.
Intelligent Edge Ecosystem – Aligning Digital Ecosystem with Real‐Time Decision Execution
Leading-edge supply chains are using digitalization to map supply chains, and use real time data from the source to manage rising levels of risk in supply chains. The focus will shift to ensuring highest degree of data security, and real time execution using on more accurate and consistent data.
Supply Chain Readiness - Applying Design Thinking to Mitigate Risks in Supply Chain
Disruptions are becoming increasingly severe and frequent. To thrive in this new business
environment, companies need to ensure their Supply Chains are resilient, responsive and
responsible. A design-led approach to embracing an ecosystem strategy is the need of the hour.
Supply Chain Control ‐ Improving customer experiences through reflexive resilience
Emergence of E-Commerce and D2C has led to pressure on last‐mile efficiency and service excellence. Across all formats – Retail, E-comm, or D2C, consumers are looking for instant gratification. Companies need to work out new models in Last Mile Delivery and Omni-channel services to stay relevant.
The New Supply Chain Planning – Resilient, Data Driven, Digitalized, and Collaborative
In a volatile business ecosystem, companies need to move from forecasting and demand
management to continuous planning. To do this effectively, we need to improve collaboration,
leverage technology and gain real time data. These have to be matched by people, processes, and
Climate‐Smart Supply Chain: The Roadmap for Moving from Net‐Zero to Climate Positive
Supply chain inefficiency affects more than emissions, environment, profits, and the planet. Since supply chains are responsible for a large share of the world’s carbon emissions, attaining Net zero is a challenge. Companies need to make sustainability part of their new supply chain strategy.