Cedric Guyot to Present At TPA Supply Chain Conference New Orleans

The session is designed to explore real-life retailer-manufacturer collaboration models that work today, both in the US and internationally, for all types of companies - large and small, branded and private label, retailers and suppliers.  Attendees will leave this session with a wide range of actionable opportunities - to discuss them with their trading partners and start their journey towards scalable, collaboration value. The TPA Supply Chain Conference was designed by retailer and manufacturer supply chain executives for senior supply chain executives and has become a can't-miss Industry event. Through its rich content and networking opportunities, attendees have the opportunity to discuss effective collaboration and decision-making while learning about model practices that are designed to save companies time and money. "We are delighted to work with the TPA and start a discussion on how collaboration is changing," said Guyot. "RSi is supporting over 1,000 retailer-manufacturer relationships and has identified a set best practices that tend to predict successful outcomes very effectively. We believe that collaboration should be a cornerstone of our industry: it has to stop being viewed as a series of projects and truly become business as usual."

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