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$200 of your travel is covered if you’re trekking over 100 miles to attend.



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All of your meals and libations are complimentary throughout the event.

Join the Distinguished Upper Tier of Logistics

A curated audience reserved for the senior level of the Fortune 500 and mid-market puts you in exceptional company.


Affluent Peers

Meet the people just as invested in advancing logistics practices as you.


Influential Leaders

Learn valuable strategy components from today’s very best.


Proven Solutions

Meet industry leading solution providers, hand picked for your priorities.



Take this unprecedented opportunity to connect with high profile execs.

A curated experience to cultivate achievement

Based on your specific areas of responsibility, challenges and interests we’ll craft a personal agenda that paves your path to success.


Days of Insight

Jump in the discussion through focused educational sessions and networking opportunities.


Innovative Sessions

Keynotes, plenary sessions, industry panel discussions, case studies and more.


Networking Opportunities

Tie into contemporaries and mentors interested in the same avenues of opportunity as you.


Research Meetings

Meet one-on-one with executives delivering on the solutions that are shaping the industry.

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Peer-Led Education

The SCOPE Steering Committee consists entirely of your contemporaries, meaning we tackle the themes that have profound significance to your performance and your company.


Key Themes

close Transportation Management Strategies to Reduce Costs

Industry experts will cover a range of proven strategies to effectively measure and minimize transportation costs. Navigate the ins and outs of successful 3PL partnerships, last mile delivery, contract negotiation, driver shortage solutions, and more.

Address some of the most pressing challenges that come with Warehouse Management. We’ll cover labor, automation, inventory, WMS selection, fulfillment demands and more to improve your day-to-day operations and cut costs.
Recent regulatory changes regarding import/export tariffs, packaging, labeling, and many others have diluted the clarity of future costs and processes. Experts will provide their forecast for the longevity of the new landscape and help you to navigate and stay compliant in an uncertain environment.
Learn how you can create optimal conditions for your people to achieve innovation, realize their potential, and find true fulfillment in the workplace. Experts will discuss the finesses of managing the changing manufacturing landscape and tackling the task of attracting, and retaining, qualified talent.
Artificial intelligence, blockchain, automation, robotics, IoT, IIoT and the like have transformed every aspect of procurement. We’ll help you nail down this soup of buzz words into an effective strategy for technology driven processes, backed by case studies and proven best practices.

High Profile Speakers

Strategic endeavors and skillful insights from 30+ seasoned executives address the challenges in managing today’s supply chain.

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Mike Abrams

Corporate Vice President, Global Distribution Operations

Future Electronics

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Ayall Sagi

Vice President of Operations & Supply Chain

TriMark USA

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Douglas Ubel

Vice President Supply Chain

Milbank Manufacturing Company

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Suresh Krishna

Chief Operations and Supply Chain Officer

Sleep Number

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Brad Stitt

Vice President, Business Consulting - Supply Chain Practice

Hitachi Consulting

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Renee Scatena

Legal Director of Supply chain

Intel Corporation

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Dave Harrington

Vice President of Services Delivery and Supply Chain

Stratus Technologies

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Sean Bliss

Vice President of Sales for Indirect Spend


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Donald Crumpler

Vice President, Supply Chain & Integration

BMC Stock Holdings

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Brian Diephuis


thyssenkrupp Supply Chain Services

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Frank Lazowski

Vice President of Global Supply Chain

JR Automation

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Snehal Bhatt

Chief Procurement Officer

University of California, Irvine

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Brett Myers

Global Head of Cost and Value Engineering for Power Service Division

Siemens AG

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Scott Chepow

SVP, Consumer Goods Americas

The Gap Partnership

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Rob Allan

Global Lead, Supply Chain Insights Offering for Watson Supply Chain


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David Barnard

Vice President Supply Chain and Logistics

Colliers International

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Gregory Toornman

Global VP of Materials Management and Logistics

AGCO Corporation

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Steven Hainey

Director of Supply Chain, Applied Materials

Newell Brands

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Zahid Rashid

Global Director of Distribution

Jelly Belly Candy Company

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John Mory

Director of Logistics and Team Development

Farm Fresh To You

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John Sitilides

Geopolitical Strategist

Trilogy Advisors LLC

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Alex Zhong

Program Director, Supply Chain Insights Offering ManagementSr. Portfolio Marketing Manager


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Grant Woolf

Vice President, Strategy and Business Development


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Kevin Reader

Director Business Development & Marketing


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Tyler Buskard

Sales Director

BluJay Solutions

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Daniel Barfield

Executive Vice President


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Mark Schenecker

VP, Strategic Customers, Center of Excellence

SAP Ariba

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Eric Strom

Vice President of Procurement

Mattress Firm

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Gustavo Sassi

Head of Procurement

GlobeNet Inc

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Greg Horton

Product Marketing Director


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Joe Beydoun

Director Supply Chain and Business Intelligence

Lipari Foods

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Brian deLyon

Director of Operational Excellence


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Digvijay Singh

Strategic Sourcing Manager

Viacom Inc.

2019 Full Agenda

Your personal concierge will craft a custom schedule based on your interests and priorities. View the complete agenda below.

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Welcome Cocktail Reception & Registration


Breakfast Buffet

MondayKeynote presentation

close The Journey to Smart Supply Chain: Transform Manufacturing to Reach Entirely New Levels of Operational Excellence

Adoption of Rising TechnologiesHitachi Consulting - Vice President, Business Consulting - Supply Chain Practice

The rise of the Internet of Things has seen a tidal wave of data unleashed into the supply chain. Connected devices are now everywhere—from wearables on the warehouse floor to temperature monitors in shipping containers. Supply chain managers need to understand how they can best exploit this data—the technologies that collect and store it, the evolving skill set required of supply chain professionals, and how to align the organization to ensure insights garnered translate into action.

Join Hitachi at SCOPE Supply Chain Conference to gain knowledge of the value emerging innovation and connected IoT technologies can bring to your business with real-time insights and reporting. Assess your business and supply chain challenges—identify where you are now—and the best starting point for moving to a smart, connected supply chain. Learn what you can do to remain competitive in a rapidly evolving marketplace..

Key Take-Aways

  • Gain knowledge: Hitachi offers real-world experience gained from over 100 years in operational technology (OT), over 50 years in IT and demonstrated IoT leadership. We’ve developed our know-how from owning, operating, servicing or supplying companies in the same industries as our clients
  • Take Action: reduce costs, increase agility and reduce bottlenecks, improve utilization of factory assets and resources, increase production speed and quality, and meet compliance and sustainability goal
  • Increase competitive advantage through faster innovation, more flexible and customized product mix, and faster supply chain reconfiguration
  • Move forward without fear: Learn how to transform your supply chain one smart step at a time. Hitachi is focused on business outcomes—not on a particular solution platform. Hitachi start engagements by identifying the business problem, and then work with clients to co-create and implement a solution that achieves the desired results


Brad Stitt
Vice President, Business Consulting - Supply Chain PracticeHitachi Consulting

Targeted Research Meetings

MondayBreakout Presentation

close Retaining Great Employees in a Competitive Talent Market

Workforce and Talent ManagementBogen Communications - Director, Facility and Warehouse Operations

As the market for talented employees continues to tighten, company leaders must develop creative ways to keep great employees (and even the good ones) from leaving. Higher pay helps; but do you really want a team made up of people who are “just here for the money?” Instead, understand why people leave, create a culture that develops talent, and find ways to align individual and organizational goals. You will soon find yourself with a happy team that drives success on their own.

Key Take-Aways: 

  • Understanding why people leave
  • Creating a culture that develops talent
  • Aligning individual and organizational values and goals


Stephan Wegfehrt
Director, Facility and Warehouse OperationsBogen Communications
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Customer Engagement as a Strategic Lever

Supply Chain Strategies to Increase VisibilityMars, Inc - Global Customer Supply Chain Director

Relationships impact the quality of our personal business relationships with our doctors, hair stylists, lawn care professionals, etc that are built up over time with trust as you invest in building that relationship. The importance of relationships doesn’t stop at the threshold of our businesses. In supply chain, the focus on metric deliverables are in our DNA, but we could learn from our personal relationships to enhance the experience of delivering on customer expectations with the investment of cultivating relationships with your customer partners. During this session, we will explore relationship building as a strategy.

Key Take-Aways

  • Developing an intentional relationship across the matrix customer organization
  • Understanding your customer stakeholders beyond the KPIs and job title
  • Discern the difference between customer intent messaging and customer behavior experience to inform execution strategy


Diana Gartside
Global Customer Supply Chain DirectorMars, Inc
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Using Lean to Create Retail Flow: A Case for Switching From Push to Pull

Supply Chain Strategies to Increase VisibilitySleep Number - Chief Operations and Supply Chain Officer

We have transformed our supply chain from a make to stock to a Retail Flow business model. We now make our IOT enabled product within 5 days of a customer placing an order and home deliver the same with white glove delivery. We used a lean business system and “Pull” to drive this transformation

Key Takeaways:

  • How lean business system can transform a consumer oriented business
  • Solving last mile delivery for big / bulky consumer durable in North America
  • Unlocking efficiencies in transportation and distribution through the setting up of a dedicated private network


Suresh Krishna
Chief Operations and Supply Chain OfficerSleep Number
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Value Creation with Emerging Technologies

Adoption of Rising TechnologiesUniversity of California, Irvine - Chief Procurement Officer

Adoption of emerging technology is crucial in today’s environment by adding significant value to a project, yet can be daunting for procurement staff and organizational constituents. This presentation will cover three innovative tools that help streamline processes, and how to enhance cross-functional collaboration.

Key Takeaways:

  • Implementing innovative tools to streamline processes
  • Overcoming challenges of resistance to adoption of new technologies
  • Enhancing cross-functional collaboration and breaking down silos
  • Increasing value for constituents


Snehal Bhatt
Chief Procurement OfficerUniversity of California, Irvine
MondayBreakout Presentation

close What to Know If You Are Implementing a Foreign Trade Zone in Your Distribution Center

Regulatory Changes and Keeping up with ComplianceFuture Electronics - Corporate Vice President, Global Distribution Operations

Implementing a foreign trade zone is a complex undertaking, which requires careful navigation to avoid costly delays, and possible compliance violations.

Key Takeaways:

  • Know your business and understand if a foreign trade zone is right for you
  • Ensure you select strong and experienced partners to help you navigate the complexities
  • Be prepared to be the tip of the spear in a lot of instances


Mike Abrams
Corporate Vice President, Global Distribution OperationsFuture Electronics
MondayBreakout Presentation

close The Hidden Opportunities in Your Indirect Spend

Strategic Sourcing and Contract ManagementCorcentric - Vice President of Sales for Indirect Spend

Did you know that every dollar in indirect spend that is brought under management represents savings of 10-20 percent? It’s money you can keep from escaping when you strategically manage all of your purchases. Our presentation, “The Hidden Opportunity in Your Indirect Spend,” will provide a comprehensive look at the inefficiencies that exist in many procurement processes and how you can get maverick spend under control. The key is to leverage group buying power and industry expertise so that you have visibility to every dollar you spend and ensure it is working for you. Learn how an indirect spend solution that combines cutting-edge technology with personal industry expertise enables your business to control spend.

Key Take-Aways

  • Spend analysis and buying behavior optimization
  • Industry and price bench-marking
  • Best practice supplier management and consolidation
  • Contract negotiation and management


Sean Bliss
Vice President of Sales for Indirect SpendCorcentric
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Supplier Partnerships - Risk Management and Sourcing Alternatives

Supplier Partnership ManagementMilbank Manufacturing Company - Vice President Supply Chain

The development of key supplier partnerships and relationship management is a key to a successful and sustainable inbound supply chain. A critical consideration in this process is the risk management and balanceing between single sourcing and multiple alternatives. This presentation will outline these themes and the analytical techniques to the prioritization of risk management projects.

Key Takeaways:

  • Developing Key Supplier Partnerships
  • Single Sourcing vs Multiple Alternatives
  • Supplier Risk Management while developing strong relationships
  • Analytical techniques for risk management projects.


Douglas Ubel
Vice President Supply ChainMilbank Manufacturing Company
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Keeping Up with Constant Changes - How Supply Chain can Adapt and Win

Supply Chain Strategies to Increase VisibilityPeter Thomas Roth - Chief Supply Chain Officer

Our job as Supply Chain Leaders is to build consistency and stability to the corporate structure. When the company wants to maintain a fast paced edge while maintaining full supply chain abilities, you have to think on your feet. During this presentation, we will review ideas of how to keep up and how to keep constituents satisfied.

Key Take-Aways: 

  • In large companies or small, there is constant change. It’s a reality we all face no matter how much we plan.
  • Learn what matters to your constituents and what doesn’t matter
  • Understand your external partners



Sarah Filderman
Chief Supply Chain OfficerPeter Thomas Roth
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Delivering Increased Customer Value Through Cost Transparency and Optimization

Strategic Sourcing and Contract ManagementSiemens AG - Global Head of Cost and Value Engineering for Power Service Division

In a highly competitive marketplace, customer satisfaction can be increased by focusing on cost transparency and value generation associated with supplied (make or buy) systems and components. This presentation will highlight the specific cost out approaches which Siemens has implemented on purchased components to achieve substantial lower supplier costs and improved customer value.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Overview of the Siemens global cost out program (called Cost and Value Engineering) including methodology and cost out approaches
  • Direct procurement benefits of working with suppliers to help them optimize their internal and procurement costs
  • Types of employees who are effective “Cost and Value Engineers” + what skillsets they should have or must develop to be successful
  • Actual cost out and/or value improvement examples completed in Siemens using Cost and Value Engineering tools and methods
  • Understand how an organization can implement the Cost and Value Engineering approach to achieve substantial cost out and customer value


Brett Myers
Global Head of Cost and Value Engineering for Power Service DivisionSiemens AG
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Supply Chain Transformation

Supply Chain Strategies to Increase VisibilityStratus Technologies - Vice President of Services Delivery and Supply Chain

Undertaking the job of transforming a global electronics supply chain can be risky business. What are the prerequisites that must be addressed in a detailed plan before the journey begins? What are the success factors? How do I get executive “buy in” and support for every step of the journey? This transformation requires expert planning, collaboration, rigorous follow up and precise execution. Learn how one mission critical technology provider made it a success story.

Key Takeaways:

  • Leave the conference with a playbook for developing and leading your company’s Supply Chain Transformation
  • Taking pragmatic and contemporary approach will allow you to lead with confidence; knowing that this time-tested formula has been employed multiple times before, each achieving transformation success on time and on budget!
  • Developing your company’s Supply Chain transformation with confidence.


Dave Harrington
Vice President of Services Delivery and Supply ChainStratus Technologies
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Boost Efficiency in the Contract Lifecycle Management

Strategic Sourcing and Contract ManagementRodan + Fields - Director Indirect Sourcing and Procurement

The concept of Enterprise Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) has been around for a while but who is seeing efficiency gains? Contracts are ground zero for spend optimization and mitigating risk. However, the foundation must be built for the right people, process, and technology. We will discuss creating the business case to get your tool implemented, building internal processes, architect the tool, and how to leverage AI efficiently.

Key Take-Aways

  • Innovative contract and negotiation methodologies
  • My paper or yours? How to collaborate and close faster with model clauses
  • Digital transformation – leverage AI
  • Building the business case; improving cycle time with fewer resources, improving contract integrity through standardizing clauses and security measures throughout the review process


Melissa Burkland
Director Indirect Sourcing and ProcurementRodan + Fields
MondayBreakout Presentation

close From Vision to Reality: Building A Smarter Supply Chain with AI and Blockchain

Supply Chain Strategies to Increase VisibilityIBM - Global Lead, Supply Chain Insights Offering for Watson Supply Chain

Supply chain is at an inflection point. Disruptive technologies like AI and blockchain are gaining traction and delivering value today for supply chain leaders. Will your organization be disrupted or transformed? Hear how leaders like Lenovo are applying AI and blockchain to quickly increase productivity, reduce costs and exceed customer expectations. You’ll learn how they refined their AI vision and got up-and-running in as little as five weeks. Top use cases, including inbound logistics, inventory insights and supply/demand planning, will be explored.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the top AI and blockchain use cases.
  • Explore best-practices uncovered in real-word implementations.
  • Learn how to advance your journey to a smarter supply chain and avoid common pitfalls.


Rob Allan
Global Lead, Supply Chain Insights Offering for Watson Supply ChainIBM


MondayBreakout Presentation

close Creating Value Through Negotiation

Strategic Sourcing and Contract ManagementThe Gap Partnership - SVP, Consumer Goods Americas

All companies put different value on different aspects of negotiation depending on their corporate priorities. The more you understand your counterpart’s priorities, the more you understand what incremental value can be created through negotiation.

Key Takeaways:

  • Creating Satisfaction in Negotiation
  • Understanding Power Dynamics in Negotiation
  • Behavioral Impact on Negotiation Outcomes


Scott Chepow
SVP, Consumer Goods AmericasThe Gap Partnership
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Regulatory Compliance - The Imperative for a Robust and Sustainable Supply Chain

Regulatory Changes and Keeping up with ComplianceHershey Canada - Supply Chain Director

Pace of change on regulatory environments continues to accelerate aggressively, impacting Supply Chain model considerations and deployment strategies. During this session, we will explore how high collaboration between Supply chain and Regulatory affair leaders becomes critical to manage the risk and operate under a sustainable cost efficient logistic network.

Key Take-Aways

  • Understading the Challenge
  • Keeping Pace with Constant Change
  • Supply Chain against compliance issue
  • The Future of Supply Chain Compliance and Management


Maria Hernandez
Supply Chain DirectorHershey Canada
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Moving from Customer Service to Customer Experience

Supply Chain Strategies to Increase VisibilityMars Food - Director Supply Chain & Logistics

Customer metrics are the foundation of the customer relationship, but a customers’ EXPERIENCE is very personal. If you focus only on metrics, you may miss a big piece of what customers really need. During the presentation,  I will share how easy-to-apply techniques helped uncover what customers really needed.

Key Take-Aways

  • Metrics are foundational, but may cause you to miss key opportunities to drive the customer relationship
  • People (Suppliers) interact with People (Customers) not metrics and KPIs
  • Sometimes customers recognize there is a problem, but are not able to articulate what they really need. These techniques will help uncover that and drive personal benefits


Alison F. Jones
Director Supply Chain & LogisticsMars Food
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Optimizing Freight Spend - The Devil is in the Details

Transportation Management Strategies to Reduce CostsEuropean Wax Center - Vice President of Supply Chain

During this 45 minute session we will discuss strategies that can be used to optimize your freight spend. We will look at this through the lens of someone coming into a new company but, these same technique can be used when assessing your existing freight spend program.

Key Take-Aways

  • Things to consider during contract negotiations
  • How to establish a sound audit process
  • The value of consolidation


Jonathan Biggert
Vice President of Supply ChainEuropean Wax Center
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Supply Chain Renovation: Exploiting the Hidden Gold Mine near you

Supply Chain Strategies to Increase VisibilityMitsubishi Electric - Vice President Supply Chain

Markets are dynamic; we must accelerate our rate of improvement if we want to be ahead of competition in the future. This session will explore the road map for supply chain renovation: unparalleled customer service (effectiveness) while driving cost down (efficiency).

Key Take-Aways

  • Importance of End to End supply chain network design
  • Demand planning is a focal point
  • Engaging in win/win collaboration with customers and suppliers


Guillermo Juvera
Vice President Supply ChainMitsubishi Electric
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Automation and the Future of Intelligent Manufacturing

Adoption of Rising TechnologiesJR Automation - Vice President of Global Supply Chain

Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing holds the promise of increased flexibility in manufacturing, along with mass customization, increased quality, and improved productivity enabling companies to cope with the challenges of producing increasingly individualized products with a short lead-time to market and at higher quality and lower cost.

Key Takeaways:

  • Definition and creation of a ‘Smart’ Environment underpinning Intelligent Manufacturing
  • IoT and cloud manufacturing enabling the factory of tomorrow
  • Current trends, investment and state of competition in the market for Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing
  • What the picture looks like today and 3 years out


Frank Lazowski
Vice President of Global Supply ChainJR Automation

Industry Dinner


Breakfast Buffet

TuesdayBreakout Presentation

close Moving Forward - The Value Global Logistics Procurement Brings to An Organization

Strategies to Increase End-to-End VisibilityGCP Applied Technologies - Director, Global Logistics

To learn more about how an effective global logistics procurement strategy will add value to your organization.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to begin developing an effective Global Logistics Procurement plan
  • The value a global logistics procurement brings to an organization
  • Change Management ideas which work
  • Your Global Logistics team – the foundation of an effective logistics plan


Albert Schyman
Director, Global LogisticsGCP Applied Technologies
TuesdayBreakout Presentation

close Mitigating Risk in the Supply Chain, a Contracts and Legal Perspective

Strategic Sourcing and Contract ManagementIntel Corporation - Legal Director of Supply chain

This would be a lively discussion of ways a company can draft contracts with vendors to mitigate operational and performance risks, such as which terms and conditions are effective, as well as steps a company can take outside the contract when there is concern the supplier may not fully perform its obligations. After an overview of suggested tools and available options, we would also cover hypothetical examples of which terms are effective under specific scenarios. The audience will leave the session with a practical list of tools they can use to manage suppliers, regardless of industry.

Key Takeaways:

  • Avoid lawsuits (and potential supply chain disruptions) with simple contracts.
  • Know the ways to mitigate risk operationally and collaboratively.
  • Use IP strategies to protect your business operations.
  • A supplier who files bankruptcy can wreak havoc on your operations. so know the workarounds


Renee Scatena
Legal Director of Supply chainIntel Corporation
TuesdayBreakout Presentation

close Keeping Pace with Innovations in Procurement

Procurement Strategies & SustainabilitySAP Ariba - Senior Director, Ariba for Direct (A4D)

New developments in procurement techniques, business networks and foundational IT technology are having a profound impact on procurement.  At the same time, the essential human element of procurement is changing like never before as the expectations of the user community continues to increase.  In this session, we will look at the intersection of advances in technology and the expectations of people in the procurement processes.  We will explore the latest in machine learning, blockchain, artificial intelligence, predictive risk and how these innovations are driving transformations in a way that really matters to people.


Sudy Bharadwaj
Senior Director, Ariba for Direct (A4D)SAP Ariba
TuesdayBreakout Presentation

close Curbing Sales/Customer Behavior Through Continuous Operations Processes Improvement

Warehouse Management and OptimizationTriMark USA - Vice President of Operations & Supply Chain

Continuous operations processes improvement; the ever evolving process to constantly approve and strive for perfection.

Key Takeaways:

  • Only well defined processes and policies will resolve issues
  • Processes and policies are never “complete”
  • Processes and policies will always require updating


Ayall Sagi
Vice President of Operations & Supply ChainTriMark USA


Executive Steering Committee

Experienced logistics leaders work with us to focus our program on trends that will move the needle at your company.

Steering Committee Members

Albert Schyman Director, Global Logistics
GCP Applied Technologies
Bethany Stich Director, University of New Orleans Transportation Institute
University of New Orleans
Brian Handley General Manager
Constellation Brands
Gina Tallman Senior Manager Transportation
Lennox Industries (HVAC)
Michael Baumeister Program Manager, Logistics
DGC International
Miguel Avendano Manager - Distribution Products
Omya Specialty Materials
Paola Sanchez Logistics Manager
Rain For Rent
Robert Stevenson Assistant Warehouse Manager
San Bernardino City Unified School District
Scott Monobe Senior Director
Mitsubishi Electric
Scott Schrantz Director of Distribution
Terry Keehn Logistics Manager NA
Thomas Norris Division Logistics Environmental Health and Safety Senior Manager, Mid-Atlantic Region
Dean Foods Mid Atlantic
William Zullo PSM North America thyssenkrupp

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Over 80% of the Fortune 100 joins us each year for what has been voted the “most effective trade show” for over a decade. Use our tools to demonstrate ROI to your C-Suite.

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About SCOPE Supply Chain

SCOPE is an invitation-only trade show for executives in logistics, distribution, transportation and warehousing; bridging you to the most efficient solutions and information for your crowning priorities.

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Your conference pass includes overnight accommodations, travel reimbursement, meals and cocktail receptions.

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Red Rock Resort, Las Vegas

Featuring luxurious hotel rooms and suites, three-acre pool backyard, sensuous spa treatments, delectable dining and exciting casino gaming–all overlooking the stunning Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.

Inspired by the natural beauty of the neighboring mountains, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa pays homage to the elegant mid-century modern resorts that made Las Vegas famous. Spacious accommodations are designed with modern contemporary décor and a wealth of amenities like no other hotel rooms in Las Vegas, and include a 42-inch HD TV, VOIP internet phones, an automated, fully-stocked private bar and in-room safe.
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