[Infographic] Your path to the future of supply chain decision making

October 5, 2022 | 1 minute read
Daniel Bachar
Senior Director, Product Strategy, Oracle
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Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) and supply chain leaders are presented with a vast array of needs from multiple departments within the enterprise. Companies seeking to accelerate their digital supply chain transformation journey are looking at supply chain planning as a key factor to enable the future of decision making.

The Plan for the Future of Supply Chain Decision Making track at Oracle CloudWorld focuses on the critical elements needed to ensure organizations are on the right path to plan for the supply chain of the future. Learn directly from Oracle customers, get the most out of the main supply chain planning sessions, and explore all supply chain and manufacturing tracks:


Join us live at Oracle CloudWorld and see how leading organizations are trusting Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain Planning to enable new strategies, tactics, and technologies to help their supply chain planning and processes become data-driven, improve productivity, intelligently balance supply with demand, and accelerate strategic and operational supply chain decision-making.

See you in Las Vegas, October 17–20. Register today!

Daniel Bachar

Senior Director, Product Strategy, Oracle

Daniel Bachar leads Supply Chain Product Strategy Enablement at Oracle. Daniel brings more than 10 years of experience in sales, marketing, supply chain management, and advanced analytics. He provides a unique blend of business and industry knowledge, leading successful efforts to integrate new technologies into effective supply chain solutions. His experience includes development, design and go-to-market strategy of supply chain and advanced analytics products, helping clients with complex business problems to achieve complete visibility into their supply chain operations.

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