Featuring Insights From Supply Chain Organizations On The Front Lines
Even as we emerge from shelter-in-place orders, supply chain organizations will be dealing with disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic for the next 12 months or more as production delays at impacted sites and material shortages continue to abound.
Supply chain leaders have to accept that “crisis mode” is going to be the new normal and there’s no duct taping our way out of this.
Watch this 30-minute webinar to learn how organizations of all kinds are unifying their work to battle supply chain disruptions through virtual “War Rooms”.
You’ll hear how leaders like Corning, Sofina Foods, and Vitamix use Elementum to:
As Chief Marketing Officer, Mini leverages customer insights to align the organization around a transformative vision for Elementum’s supply chain incident management platform. Mini has over 20 years of experience in the software industry. Before joining Elementum, she served as CMO at Ambra Health. She also served over 12 years as VP of Worldwide Marketing and VP of Product Management at SaaS ERP pioneer NetSuite. Mini holds a BS in Cellular Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan.
Kyle currently leads growth efforts in North America. During his time at Elementum, Kyle has driven some of the largest supply chain digital transformation deployments across Europe and the US. He regularly has hundreds of conversations with supply chain leaders, matching their strategic goals to the Elementum solution. Prior to joining Elementum, Kyle was in management consulting after completing a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Biola University.
Karen is responsible for the global Customer Success organization at Elementum, working with leaders such as Corning, Unilever and Barilla. Karen has over 20 years of deep process management experience. Prior to Elementum, she worked at Maryville Technologies leading dozens of ServiceNow deployments. She understands customers because she was one. As an IT Director at Emory University, Karen implemented many technology products. Karen holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Mary Washington.