LLamasoft to Present at the Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (August 25, 2016). LLamasoft, a global leader in supply chain optimization software and solutions, will present at the Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference August 29-31 in Atlanta. The event, in its eighth year, brings together logistics and supply chain professionals from non-government organizations, industry, government, military and academic institutions to share best practices, challenges and innovations to further the field.
From 2-3:15 p.m., on Tuesday, August 30, Director of Global Health Applications for LLamasoft, Neelima Ramaraju, along with Wendy Prosser, Senior Program Manager for Village Reach and Michael Krautmann, Senior Research Associate for the William Davidson Institute will present, “Using Modeling and Analysis to Drive Better Strategic Supply Chain Decision-Making.” This session will address supply chain modeling, from both the optimization and simulation perspective, and best practices for implementation.
From 3:45-5 p.m. also on August 30, Ramaraju will be participating in the “Technology Exhibit”, highlighting the various offerings and services provided by LLamasoft.
“While much of the approach for supply chain modeling aligns across industries, there are unique considerations taken by the public sector to maximize the opportunity for supply chain success,” said Ramaraju. “The Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference offers a wonderful opportunity for global thought leaders in this space to come together to share ideas and tackle the challenges that lie ahead.”
LLamasoft will be offering demos of the latest supply chain technology in the expo hall. The conference can be followed on Twitter with #2016HHLConf.Media Contact
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