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From Looking Back to Predicting Forward With Data: How to Get Started with Machine Learning

Date:   Jul 19, 2022 - Aug 16, 2022
Time:   12:00 PM (MDT)
Location:  

Online Participating Provinces



OVERVIEW

Artificial Intelligence can be used today to make faster, more accurate and risk-managed supply chain decisions.

"We estimate that firms will derive between $1.3trn and $2trn a year in economic value from using AI in supply chains and manufacturing" – McKinsey Global

This webinar will cover the following:

  • Why machine learning is critical to improving supply chain practices such as demand planning/forecasting, explain through practical examples
  • What machine learning can be used for to make better decisions e.g. demand forecasting, transport utilization
  • How do you implement machine learning
  • What's next to become a certified Applied Machine Learning Practitioner in Supply Chain

WHO WILL BENEFIT

This webinar is for SCM professionals who want to:

  • Enhance career prospects in a digitizing and data analytics world
  • Future proof your career as artificial intelligence takes hold
  • Be a leader in the practical use of machine learning in supply chain
PRICE

Complimentary

DATES & TIMES

July 19, 2022 | August 16, 2022
12:00 - 1:00pm MT/CST
2:00 - 3:00pm ET

ABOUT THE EXPERT

Ian Gonzalez

Ian has 16 years in senior positions in Procurement, Engineering and Maintenance, and Corporate Planning departments within oil and gas, and aviation MRO. industries. He has a passion for SCM teaching and does so from the perspective of an experienced SCM professional, engineer, and computer programmer. MBA and BSc Mechanical Engineering.


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