Leading Supply Chain solutions provider, Manhattan Associates, has announced the approach of its third annual local user conference, Momentum Australia/New Zealand 2006, to be held on Friday, November 17, at the Crown Entertainment Complex in Melbourne, Australia.
Momentum Australia/New Zealand (ANZ) aims to provide stakeholders in the local market with stronger awareness of Manhattan Associates’ strategic direction, solution developments and client successes by inviting customers and partners alike to participate in a one-day event. The annual conference provides an unparalleled opportunity for companies of all sizes and across multiple industries to come together for strategic thought leadership, networking and idea-sharing and, as the tagline suggests, is an ideal forum to help attendees gain supply chain know how.
The event offers attendees a fresh outlook on the complexities of supply chain management and the tools and knowledge for overcoming business challenges and optimising operations. Case study speakers include Joanne Wyman, Logistics Manager at Roadshow Entertainment and Graham Chad, General Manager of Group Logistics at Super Cheap Auto. Matthew Miller, IBM’s Global Business Services Logistics lead will present the 2006 supply chain value study, and Nathan Taylor of Dematic will lead a session on supply chain optimisation through automated picking methodologies.
With an expected attendance of more than 150 delegates, the event is well placed to follow its previous successes and is fast becoming recognised as one of the largest Supply Chain events on the Australian circuit. According to Manhattan Associates, in today’s highly-competitive, fast-paced global marketplace, companies are focused more than ever on maximising their supply chain operations. Momentum provides the ideal setting for key players to gather information from industry experts, analysts and partners. It is very rare to see 150 users all in the same room, learning, sharing and networking. Momentum has set the standard for user conferences in Australia.