Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show | Returning May 14 - 16, 2018 | Place Bonaventure | Montreal, QC
Roch Champagne, Manager, Strategy and Operations/Supply Chain Management, Deloitte Inc.
This presentation will be delivered in French.
New technologies are modifying the way we work, manage and interact with other people. The manufacturing industry is not immune to these changes. New technologies not only provide new and productive ways to make and to assemble products but also how to plan, to maintain and to supply the production function.
Today, we only have a glimpse of what technology innovations and their exponential benefits will bring to the industry. Learn how understanding and integrating these new technologies can become a competitive edge in a world where your suppliers and clients are miles apart but yet only one click away.
Manager, Strategy and Operations/Supply Chain Management, Deloitte Inc.
Roch is a manager with Deloitte in the Supply Chain and Manufacturing Operations practice. With over 15 years of experience in Operations, his main areas of expertise is manufacturing, planning and S&OP. He also consulted in Corporate Strategies and started his career as a manager in a distribution center for a top 500 company. He worked in the industry for many years before becoming a consultant.
As a consultant, Roch has helped clients implement Operations best practices, including inventory management, procurement, Lean, Daily Management Systems, effective organization and improved processes. He also has hands-on experience as a manager for small and medium firms implementing best practices for New Product Introduction (NPI), manufacturing processes, planning, inventory control, product engineering, program management and change control.
Mr. Champagne has Industry experience in military equipment, electronics, military ship buildings, heavy industrial and agricultural equipment, automotive, biomedical, software, telecommunication, food processing and Crop Protection and Seeds.
Mr. Champagne has a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, an MBA from McGill University and a Master’s in Management Sciences from University of Waterloo.