Cadent Resources Group LLC Presents Their Webinar Series, Supply Chain Physics

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Cadent Resources Group LLC of Lake Bluff Illinois presents their Supply Chain Physics webinar series. Discussions of Supply Chain Physics Part 1: Concept of Supply Chain Physics, held on November 4, 2009 and an introduction of Supply Chain Physics 2: The Very Real Decision Space of Supply Chain Physics will be held on December 9, 2009.

Cadent Resources Group LLC, A supply chain consulting and technology company in Lake Bluff Illinois is pleased to announce an upcoming complimentary webinar: Supply Chain Physics 2: The Very Real Decision Space of Supply Chain Physics on December 9, 2009 at 12:00 p.m. CST. This is part 2 of a three part series of webinar’s presented by Mark Gavoor, Managing Partner of Cadent Resources Group LLC.

Supply Chain Physics 2: The Very Real Decision Space of Supply Chain Physics
DATE: Wednesday, December 9, 20009
TIME: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
WHERE: http://www.DemandCaster.com/Events.aspx

About the Webinar Series: Supply Chain Physics
Today’s business environment has challenged companies and their supply chain partners to be more responsive than ever before. You must stay connected to your customers and create ways to better understand their demands; you must have visibility to their operations and the extended supply chain. Information lead times and gaps are evaporating while, in many industries, the lead times on the physical goods are increasing. Part 2 of this 3 part series webinar will summarize the concept of Supply Chain Physics from Part I on November 4, 2009. We will then formalize the Supply Chain Physics model and present other examples and cases to illustrate how the model and Laws of Supply Chain Physics can be used to enhance communication and drive empowerment.

Mark Gavoor, Managing Partner of Cadent Resources Group LLC and presenter of the webinar series states “Our first Supply Chain Physics Webinar: The Concept of Supply Chain Physics held on November 4, 2009, was such a success we could not resist having a part 2. We feel part 2 will be just as big of a success if not more that we already have Supply Chain Physics Part 3: Strategies for Communication & Improvement, scheduled for January 20, 2010”

Here are some comments from attendee's of the November 4, 2009 Supply Chain Physics Webinar.

"Excellent Webinar! I led two turnarounds in the consumer products space. Supply chain excellence was a key component of our success. Every CEO needs to hear your message and understand the importance that supply chain physics has in driving operational success. Cash is still king!" Rick Schneider, Partner at Real Time Partners, Inc., participant in Supply Chain Physics Part 1 Webinar.

Mark Gavoor skillfully applies the laws of physics to take a unique and creative approach to improving Supply Chain performance. Organizations and Supply Chain Leaders looking to increase cash flow and improve working capital while adding value to their customers would benefit tremendously from Mark's insight and the Cadent webinar series" Mike Gafron, Supply Chain Otimization Leader and participant in Supply Chain Physics Part 1 Webinar.

About the Speaker: Mark Gavoor, Managing Partner of Cadent Resources Group LLC
Mark has over 32 years of experience in Quality and Supply Chain Management in the consumer products, automotive and defense industries. His areas of expertise include warehouse, transportation, inventory, and customer service management and continuous improvement. He has also led the implementation and optimization of SAP in the Supply Chain at two global companies.

Mark's focus is metric-driven, sustainable improvements using sound Lean Supply Chain principles and process improvement techniques. Most recently, Mark was Vice-President, Supply Chain, at Newell Rubbermaid’s Office Products Division. Prior to Newell Rubbermaid, Mark spent sixteen years at Colgate-Palmolive where he was Director of Customer Service and Logistics for the Latin American Division. He has also held positions in Warranty Analysis, Reliability Engineering, Operations Research, Quality Control and Total Quality Management at Ford, General Dynamics, Rockwell and TRW.

Mark is an active member of the American Society for Quality Control where he is on the Standing Review Board for ASQC Quality Press; he is also on the Editorial Review Board for Quality Progress Magazine. Mark has a BS and an MS in Mathematics from the University of Michigan and an MS in Operations Research and an MA in Statistics from Wayne State University.

About Cadent Resources Group LLC and DemandCaster® Demand Planning Intelligence
Cadent Resources Group, LLC. Is a supply chain consulting and technology firm helping companies measurably improve the performance of their supply chains. Consulting services provided by Cadent Resources Group LLC consultants anchored by DemandCaster® Demand Planning and Inventory Optimization software tool, together with their clients’ team members, implement robust demand planning and supply execution processes to assure ongoing success

Ara Surenian, Managing Partner of Cadent Resources Group LLC states “Our consulting services helps companies move faster and more efficiently to enable lower costs and growth. We improve the way your people physically interact with material, information, and each other by designing or redesigning critical business processes. By improving your operational processes, you can improve cash flow, boost profitability and beat the competition to market opportunities. It's all about the process."

While DemandCaster® is a Demand Planning and Inventory Optimization software. It is a low cost high impact alternative to comparable inventory optimization software. Coupled with the expertise of the consultants at Cadent Resources Group LLC, DemandCaster® provides measurable inventory savings and improved service levels. Together, the mission is to help companies: Reduce Inventory, Improve Service and Generate Cash.

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