I was honored to be invited to speak for the RosettaNet Global Summit and Conference which, this year, was held in Penang, Malaysia. It was a great opportunity to catch up with old friends, as well as make some new global acquaintances. I especially enjoyed meeting Michael Noterangeli who later moderated my forum after one of my talks on One Decade of Optimizing Supply Chains: RosettaNet ROI and Best Practices. It was amazing to meet someone who is equally passionate about RosettaNet evangelism and adoption amongst Tier-3 (and beyond) suppliers and manufacturers.
All in all, it was a fabulous couple of days, and I'm inspired by the overall theme of RosettaNet looking for the "next big thing" in innovation to keep driving the organization forward. Also, a big thanks to Mr. HH Foong, a good friend, and the current RosettaNet Malaysian Director for his wonderful support during the event.
Of course, no blog entry would be complete without the photos... so here they are. These are from my talk and consequent forum on "One Decade of Optimizing Supply Chains: RosettaNet ROI and Best Practices", and if you're interested in the slides, then you can get them directly from RosettaNet Malaysia's site here.
With RosettaNet Malaysia's Director, Mr. HH Foong (to my right), with my Microsoft colleagues and together with the lovely ladies from Kompakar's Penang Office.
Giving my talk on "One Decade of Optimizing Supply Chains: RosettaNet ROI and Best Practices". It was a cool session, as I got to share our own RosettaNet story (I call it the "empowering story of the 7B1") which was the building of the XBOX 360.
I was also invited to contribute to the forum on Supply Chain Optimization together with Intel and Cisco, chaired by Michael Noterangeli.
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