Supply chain solutions provider Manhattan Associates is organising the Exchange Australia customer conference to provide customers and industry experts with an opportunity to discuss the impact of omni-channel strategies on technology and operations in retail, wholesale distribution and manufacturing.
The event will be held on Tuesday, 29th October at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Victoria.
The theme of this year’s event series, ‘Supply Chain Commerce: Where Supply Chain and the Market Meet’ represents Manhattan’s vision for redefining the future of the supply chain and the primary focus of Manhattan’s innovation efforts and investments. Supply Chain Commerce represents a fundamental change in how two historically separate functions converge, creating unprecedented growth opportunities between buyers and brands and a tool for executing a successful omni-channel strategy.
Industry leaders from across Australia and New Zealand who are at the forefront of supply chain commerce innovation will address attendees at the Exchange Australia event, sharing their knowledge about how leading organisations are embracing new operational approaches and technologies to help them adapt to the new omni-channel world and get closer to their customers.
Speakers at this year’s event represent leading companies including Cotton On Group, eStore Logistics, IBM, Motorola Solutions, Super Retail Group and Vocollect.
Raghav Sibal, managing director, Australia and New Zealand at Manhattan Associates comments that Exchange is a unique opportunity for customers and industry experts in the region to come together to share best practice and exchange ideas as to how supply chain commerce leaders are meeting the challenges of the new omni-channel era.
Exchange Australia is part of an international event series, which explores challenges impacting companies operating in the region, including omni-channel commerce and the associated synchronisation of logistics, merchandising and fulfilment processes to support great customer experiences.