Effectively managing today’s supply chains requires analyzing interdependencies as well as uncovering the kind of hidden risks that cause rippling disruptions. Only a native graph database efficiently persists these complex relationships with high fidelity, and only graph analytics effectively answer these otherwise-intractable questions about supply chain structures.
This online event is a full day of thought leadership on graphs for risk mitigation in supply chains, featuring speakers from Merck, Boston Scientific, Transparency-One and Zicklin School of Business, as well as Neo4j experts like Amy Hodler, Director of Graphs Analytics and AI Programs.
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Associate Director, Engineering
Zicklin School of Business
Data Science Solution Architect
Head of Neo4j Innovation Lab
Director, Graph Analytics and AI Programs
Subject to Change
Lance Walter, CMO, Neo4j
Alex Mills, Associate Professor, Zicklin School of Business
The Relationships that Define a Resilient Supply Chain
Alessandro Svensson, Head of Neo4j Innovation Lab, Neo4j
The Case for Graphs in Supply Chains
Frédéric Daniel, CTO, Transparency-One
Leveraging Graphs for Sustainable and Responsible Sourcing
Marcus Adams, Associate Director- Engineering, Merck
Big Pharma Problems. Big Graphs: Creating the Merck Manufacturing Mesh
Amy Hodler, Director- Graph Analytics and AI Programs, Neo4j
Phani Dathar, Data Science Solution Architect, Neo4j
Graph Data Science for Supply Chains
Eric Wespi, Data Scientist, Boston Scientific
Ryan McGowan, Data Scientist, Boston Scientific
Manufacturing Quality Control with Graph Analytics