Leverage technology for enhanced supplier agility & better ESG scores
There is an increased focus on supply chains: their criticality to the success of the business, their impact to the environment, and risks associated with labor practices are top of mind. Amid new regulations and evolving consumer expectations, businesses must overcome siloed processes to improve both their supply chain performance and ESG practices. In this webinar with with DBS Bank, AAFA, and Infor Nexus, we reveal how sourcing and finance teams can leverage technology to enhance supplier agility, on-time delivery, and ESG scores.
You will learn:
- How sourcing, supply chain and finance can collectively improve supply chain performance.
- How a digital platform for managing direct procurement improves business and ESG performance.
- Multi-bank platforms are essential for assurance of supply and meeting ESG goals.
Director, Global Transaction Services
Jenny has 20+ years of corporate cash management and banking experience. She started her career as a corporate practitioner with fortune 500 companies like Discover card, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Amgen; where she was responsible for overseeing global bank relationships, corporate liquidity and cash management, companywide cash forecasting and managing a team of Treasury professionals. As a former practitioner, her role was focused on strategy and execution.
Prior to DBS, Jenny held a sales and advisory role at JPMorgan for 7 years focused on companies with revenues between $250MM to $10 Billion.
At DBS, Jenny leads the global transaction services business targeting Fortune 500 US Multinationals. Her role is to deliver the value of DBS’ network and solutions in cash management, trade and ESG to existing and prospect clients in the US.
Vice President, Product Management
Jeff has been working for Infor for over 20 years, through an acquisition of the GT Nexus Supply Chain Management solution. In his tenure at Infor Nexus, he has designed, implemented, and sold supply chain finance products to banks, small business and multi-national corporations in the U.S., EU, Middle East and Asia. His focus has primarily been on how the use of supplier collaboration and supply chain finance tools can reduce costs, improve compliance and enhance supplier relations. Jeff received his bachelor’s degree at James Madison University and his MBA at the Thunderbird Graduate of International Management.
Vice President, Financial Services
Gary Schneider is Vice President of Financial Services for Infor Nexus. In this role he manages relationships with Financial Services Providers as well as a global team of professionals who sell and service a variety of supply chain financing programs. Gary has been at Infor Nexus since 2000 and has been closely engaged with customers using the Financial Supply Chain solutions.
Gary joined Infor Nexus from CGI, an international business and information technology consulting firm. Gary was responsible for delivering Trade Finance solutions to many of the top international trade banks.
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