Running a plant smoothly with minimal disruptions or abrupt changes while meeting demand in a timely fashion and maintaining minimum inventories is every plant manager’s dream. It is the scheduler’s job to lay out a schedule that meets all these objectives. And of course, one would like a very stable schedule with all the above-stated properties looking forward for months so all other operations can align with the production schedule.

But the future is uncertain. Changes pop up at the last minute. And when it comes to scheduling, most plants have new constraints that come out of the woodwork (not literally, but you get the point). In this on-demand webinar, we will discuss this.

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About the presenter: Sujit Singh


As COO of Arkieva, Sujit manages the day-to-day operations at Arkieva such as software implementations and customer relationships. He is a recognized subject matter expert in forecasting, S&OP, and inventory optimization. Sujit received a Bachelor of Technology degree in Civil Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, and an M.S. in Transportation Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. Throughout the day don’t be surprised if you find him practicing his cricket technique before a meeting.