overstockArt.com, the web’s leading producers of hand painted reproduction oil paintings, today announced its CEO and President David Sasson will speak at the 2015 SCOPE Summit: An e-Tail Group Conference in Baltimore, Maryland held April 26th-28th. Sasson joins an impressive list of the top minds in Supply Chain operations speaking at the event, he will be sharing the overstockArt.com success story along with leaders from companies including Gartner, SanDisk, Verizon, Sprint, Kraft Foods, Black & Decker and many more.
David will be hosting an hour long presentation on the matter of ‘Supply Chain communications and its importance to eCommerce operations’, on Monday, April 27th at 4:00 p.m. ET. He will be sharing the success and strategy behind overstockArt.com’s successful supply-chain system, CommunicatorBase.com, which has given the retailer a huge advantage over its competition by allowing the retailer to forecast demand and communicate with multiple overseas suppliers with relative ease.
“I will be sharing the overstockArt.com story as a case study of how we improved our supply chain by using Lean and TOC practices. The presentation will talk about how we faced major challenges during 2013 and how we overcame them by isolating supply chain and inventory management as our constraint and implementing simple practices to improve our position.” Said David, “I will also be introducing our unique supply chain software explaining how it allowed us to implement the improvements needed in order to increase throughput, while we reduced inventory and increased availability of our art and frames.”
“SCOPE by the E-Tail Group is a highly respected Supply-chain industry event that is known for brining first-rate thought leaders, innovators and game changers in the retail and supply-chain space,” said David. “I am honored to have this opportunity to add our voice to this dialogue and hope that by sharing our story we will inspire and help other brands, small or large, to find new and unique ways to improve their purchasing efforts.”
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