How to Grow Revenues Through Supply Chain Relationship Management
by Bill Burke, ePlains Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer
     
When   November 19th, 2002- 6:00pm (cash bar) 7:00pm (Dinner) 7:30pm (Speaker)
Where   O`Hare Marriott
Cost   Members $35.00, Non-Members $45.00
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Today's customers are significantly reducing their supplier bases, providing opportunity for the most capable suppliers to seize huge market share gains.These leaders are creating supply chain strategies centered on service and customer collaboration that drive additional revenues. This presentation explores the essence of Supply Chain Relationship Management, then outlines the key factors and enabling technologies used in winning through this approach.

Bill Burke, ePlains Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer brings 14 years experience and a successful track record of leadership in developing software companies through various stages from inception to profitability through public capitalization. At ePlains, he is responsible for the development and execution of the company's vision, strategies, and policies. Bill has an extensive background in business, process, and technology management, as well as consulting, sales, and manufacturing. Prior to establishing ePlains, Bill had been Midwest Regional Manager for MAPICS, Inc., an ERP software company, and was a key contributor to their successful public stock offering in 1997 with responsibility for 20% of worldwide revenues.

IePlains, Inc. specializes in selling, implementing and supporting Microsoft Business Solutions products and application hosting services for midsize organizations. The ePlains team members help small to mid-sized companies realize tangible business gains through the deployment of integrated solutions from Microsoft in key areas of business, including manufacturing, finance, human resources, e-commerce, supply chain management and customer relationship management (CRM).

ePlains has consistently ranked in the top ten percent of Microsoft Business Solution Partners worldwide and received a Microsoft Manufacturing Excellence Partner Award in 2001.

More information may be obtained at
www.eplains.com .