Digital innovation at the heart of the supply chain
The Supply Chain Event is the leading event for Supply Chain Innovation, which brought together over 120 exhibitors, solution providers and service providers this year again. The topics of this new edition were the following: the management of physical flows, intralogistics efficiency, the "Data Driven" company and a vertical focus on the expansion of e-commerce. For the 6th year running, the Digital Supply Chain Award was held during the SCE, a competition designed to highlight digital innovation in the supply chain. It is a showcase for new technologies adapted to the supply chain with a focus on the logistics of tomorrow.
12 candidates took part in this Digital Supply Chain Award in a battle to present their digital supply chain innovations: Siemens, CRC Services, DCbrain, Everysens, FuturMaster, Ineo-Sense, Kardinal, Mojix, Sedapta-Osys, Solystic, STID and the overall winner Shiptify.
Shiptify has been making a difference in the world of TMS (Transport Management System) for 5 years with its digital solutions. More than 5,000 companies work with their solutions every day with their suppliers, customers, carriers and forwarders. Romain Codron presented SHIPTIDOCK 2.0, the Doctolib of the warehouse. It is a very simple tool to make a transport appointment on a logistics or industrial site with customer references such as: ManoMano, Lyreco, Alstom, Safran, Oscaro.
3 major advantages:
- For the customer: planning, smoothing and complete traceability of his receptions and therefore productivity and quality gains
- For the carrier: a reduction in waiting time on site with ultra-fast booking: 80% of bookings made in less than 20 seconds
- Rapid implementation: the SHIPTIDOCK 2.0 solution can be implemented in just 30 to 45 minutes per site
Companies and logistics sites of all sizes can benefit from this technology and more than 500 sites are already equipped with it.
This year's jury was composed of:
- Sébastien Bellone, Transport & Reverse Logistics Director at Vente-unique.co
- Serge Canaple, Supply Chain & Operations Director at inmac wstor
- Albert de Villedon, Warehouse Manager, Inbound Flow, Co-packing, E-commerce at Shiseido
- Lucas Gaurichon, Head of Supply Chain at Izipizi
- Delphine Gellé, Supply Chain Director at CLARINS
- Catherine Hoyez, Senior Manager - Supply Chain Optimization at Disney
- Didier Jourdan, Global Supply Chain Analytics CoE Head at Sanofi
- Jérôme Laprée, Category Manager Supply Chain at LVMH£- Valérie Le Blanc, Senior Leader Logistics and Distribution Leader at Corteva
- Pauline Lechertier, Director of Operations / Supply Chain at Vitakraft France
- Hervé Leygnac, Logistics Director at Laboratoires Cooper
- Philippe Morel, Business Development Manager at EPG - Ehrhardt Partner Group (winner 2020)
- Bertrand Regnauld, Supply Chain Manager at Agromousquetaires
- Elie Saint Charles, Head of the SUPPLY CHAIN MCO-A engineering division at the Military Aeronautical Maintenance Directorate of the French Ministry of Defence
Marie-Laure FURGALA, head of ISLI, and alumni, was present at this Supply Chain Event to participate in the various conferences, meet ISLI partners and present them the CV Book of the new promotion. She also met many alumni, including Romain Codron, whom she congratulated on his award:
The Supply Chain Event is a great opportunity to present new technological trends and feedback from the supply chain industry. It is also an opportunity to meet many ISLI alumni and I am delighted to see an ISLI alumni rewarded for a digital innovation in supply chain. This SCE is also an opportunity to meet and exchange with the partners of the programme and to present the CV Book of ISLI 2020-2021 graduates available for professional opportunities.
ISLI programme in line with the needs of the supply chain sector
Since 1984, KEDGE Business School's ISLI has been offering training in global supply chain management and logistics, which is a benchmark in France and Europe. This programme is ranked 5th worldwide in the EdUniversal and Best Masters rankings.
The ISLI programme covers the end-to-end supply chain:
- production management, planning, the link with commerce from an industrial point of view but also retail
In cross-functional terms, the focus lies on the sustainable supply chain, as this is the DNA of the programmes. The following topics are covered during the year: reverse logistics, sustainable development in the ecodiverse, ecodesign and then the circular part up to the carbon balance part. Students are also required to take a carbon footprint certification in conjunction with ADEME.
KEDGE ISLI offers an expert programme in Global Supply Chain Management: the Master of Science (MSc) accessible from 3 years of higher education and available on the Bordeaux campus on a full-time basis, taught in English for an international career.