Join Dave Manning who will draw on more than 30 years’ experience as a thought leading supply chain consultant to discuss common pitfalls that undermine data quality.
As technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and digital twins develop in the supply chain, the importance of data quality has never been more important.
Since systems such as ERP, MES, PLM and APS have developed it has been well understood that garbage in results in garbage out. Automation should not be applied until the data quality is under control.
Unfortunately, this has not always been well practiced. But it’s not technologies or the processes that create poor data – it’s people.
Data quality is predominantly a behavioral issue. And with the advent of Industry 4.0, data quality has never been more paramount. Join the conversation for actionable insights on improving data quality in your supply chain.
Dave studied computer science at Sheffield University before entering industry with British Steel at their River Don facility in Sheffield. Having spent some time in the software industry, where he was involved in the development of planning and scheduling systems, the desire to be involved in the practical process of real business change lead him to join Rolls Royce and Bentley Cars. During his seven years at Rolls Royce he was responsible for the development of manufacturing systems before becoming a prime mover in their supply chain/ERP implementation programme. This eventually lead to one of the Rolls Royce divisions achieving Class A against the Oliver Wight ABCD checklist. Having successfully led Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motor Cars through a transformation programme back in the 80s. Dave set up a Supply Chain Consulting and Education company and has spent the last 34 years helping companies from all industry sectors in more than 70 countries. In particular his focus has been IBP/S&OP, Demand Management, Supply Chain Planning Optimisation, Change Management and Leadership Development.
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