Series 1: Supply Chain Disruption & Digital Innovation
We are at a time of huge supply chain disruption that requires significant innovation. Recent years have seen threats to globalisation and question marks over the sustainability of existing supply chain models. The global pandemic has heightened that situation to an extent nobody could have imagined just six months ago.
We were lucky enough to spend time with Tibor van Melsem Kocsis, the founder and CEO of DiManEx. A business which is presenting a vision and solution for a digital supply chain environment without borders.
In our two series we will follow both the story of the entrepreneur and tackle the opportunities that technology innovation presents to provide solutions not only to supply chain disruption but also to contribute to our drive for sustainability.
1. What is DiManEx?
DiManEx is at the forefront of supply chain disruption and innovation. CEO Tibor van Melsem Kocsis explains exactly what solutions DiManEx is providing.
Supply chain optimisation, sustainability and globalisation are driving the growth of digital transformation. Tibor van Melsem Kocsis from DiManEx explores why and how.
How can companies take advantage of the new digital environment? Tibor van Melsem Kocsis, CEO at DiManEx, gives his insight as to how companies can integrate the benefits in to their supply chain.
How real is sustainability as a motivator for a business to transform their supply chain? Andrew Stoneham Knott and Tibor van Melsem Kocsis discuss.
5. Cultural Transformation & Transformational Leadership:
Andrew Stoneham Knott expresses the importance of cultural transformation and transformational leadership for a company to innovate and adopt new ways of working. He learns how DiManEx helps their customers to go on this journey and to tackle some of the disruptions in the current business environment.
6. Case study:
Tibor van Melsem Kocsis, CEO at DiManEx, talks Miramar through a real life case as to how digital can provide the most effective solution to a long standing problem for manufacturers.