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Webinar Series: A New Inventory Management Model for the Digital Supply Chain 

The Breakthrough Science of Theoretical Minimums 

Learn what the Science of Theoretical Minimums is and what it means to you.

This Free Webinar Will Show You:

Tip #1

Limitations of traditional approaches to optimizing the supply chain.

Tip #2

Business challenges that motivated the Science of Theoretical Minimums.

Tip #3

What is the Science of Theoretical Minimums and what makes it unique

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David Nowicki

Associate Professor Logistics, University of North Texas

Associated Professor at the University of North Texas and serves as the Director of its College of Business’ Logistics Center for Education and Research. Dr. Nowicki received his Masters Degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech and both his bachelors and doctorate degrees in Industrial Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison

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Wesley Randall

Associate Professor Logistics, University of North Texas

Associate professor (Logistics), received his Ph.D. from the University of North Texas. His research interests include supply chain performance, research methods, and supply chain finance. Dr. Randall teaches graduate logistics courses.

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Steve Estrada

Executive Staff, One Network Enterprises

Steve is the General Manager for our Consumer Goods and Retail Industry practice. Steve has over 20 years experience in CPG from Procter &&Gamble, to Ernst &&Young Management consulting on Supply Chain strategy in the CG&& space, to i2 Technologies in Services and Sales in the CG&& space.

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