Event Details

Hub: ERP Users Group

05/23/2017 05:15 PM

@ Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce
331 W 3rd St

Hub: ERP Users Group

Are you looking to improve the connections and communications with your customers, suppliers and even with your operations? Come and hear about the landscape of Enterprise Resource Planning during the inaugural meeting of the ERP Users Group.

Two of our local experts, Stacey Moon, Director at Parr Instruments, and RK Vilayannur, VP at Yash Technologies, are combining their deep knowledge in this arena to provide this overview of the key elements of ERP.

We will also be seeking your input on what you want to learn about in upcoming meetings.

Introductions and welcome
Users group objectives
The “Digital Thread Roadmap” handout
Guest speaker/topic: "Current State & Key Elements of Enterprise Resource Planning"
Stacy Moon, Parr Instruments
RK Vilayannur, Yash Technologies
Status of regional playbook (implementation guide) creation
Getting connected: 90-sec. “Needs & Leads”
Next meeting agenda/where next?

About the Enterprise Resource Planning Users Group
Key regional leaders in manufacturing and the Department of Defense supply chain have identified enterprise resource planning as an important technology impacting our region's competitiveness. To accelerate our region’s learning and investment, the Quad Cities Manufacturing and Innovation Hub has formed a this group for members to discuss and leverage their knowledge regarding this particular technology.

Why attend? Hear from local experts regarding state-of-the-art technologies instrumental in analytics and best practices for their use. No matter what your knowledge level, this night will offer an opportunity to build your understanding of this evolving technology.

This program is presented by the Quad Cities Chamber's Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub and the Defense Industry Adjustment Program. All Hub events are sponsored by Northwest Bank & Trust.

Show Map Tickets

Categories: Non-Profit Organization, Organization

Report a Problem

Tweets from Davenport