Episode 68: Intelligently Connecting People, Goods, Systems, and Machines with Stellium’s Joe Montagna – The Future of Supply Chain
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People, goods, systems, and machines have more in common than you’d think.  This week, Stellium’s Joe Montagna joins us to dive into not only their connection, but interconnectivity within a business operation and system, itself.  Together, we explore the impact of AI, data analytics, and digital transformation as companies look to build their factories of the future in today’s modern age. 

Come join us as we discuss the Future of Supply Chain.  

Guest: Joe Montagna, Stellium

Joe Montagna is a Sr. Director and Global Head of the Digital Manufacturing Practice for Stellium, Inc.  Joe has been helping companies digitally transform their manufacturing environments for over 20 years.   

He has been involved in over 100 digital transformations in many different roles including lead architect, project manager, trainer, developer, technical support, executive oversight, and steering committee member.

Host: Richard Howells, SAP

Richard Howells has been working in the Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing space for over 30 years. He is responsible for driving the thought leadership and awareness of SAP’s ERP, Finance, and Supply Chain solutions and is an active writer, podcaster, and thought leader on the topics of supply chain, Industry 4.0, digitization, and sustainability.

Host: Nicole Smythe, SAP

Nicole Smythe is a marketer, blogger, and podcaster in the Digital Supply Chain and ERP space at SAP. With a Master’s degree in Global Supply Chain Management and various field experiences, she hopes to bring a fresh, new perspective to the space with her active marketing contributions, focusing on topics like market trends, emerging technology, and the next generation of workers.  

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People, goods, systems, and machines have more in common than you’d think.  This week, Stellium’s Joe Montagna joins us to dive into not only their connection, but interconnectivity within a business operation and system, itself.  Together, we explore the impact of AI, data analytics, and digital transformation as companies look to build their factories of the future in today’s modern age. 

Come join us as we discuss the Future of Supply Chain.  

Guest: Joe Montagna, Stellium

Joe Montagna is a Sr. Director and Global Head of the Digital Manufacturing Practice for Stellium, Inc.  Joe has been helping companies digitally transform their manufacturing environments for over 20 years.   

He has been involved in over 100 digital transformations in many different roles including lead architect, project manager, trainer, developer, technical support, executive oversight, and steering committee member.

Host: Richard Howells, SAP

Richard Howells has been working in the Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing space for over 30 years. He is responsible for driving the thought leadership and awareness of SAP’s ERP, Finance, and Supply Chain solutions and is an active writer, podcaster, and thought leader on the topics of supply chain, Industry 4.0, digitization, and sustainability.

Host: Nicole Smythe, SAP

Nicole Smythe is a marketer, blogger, and podcaster in the Digital Supply Chain and ERP space at SAP. With a Master’s degree in Global Supply Chain Management and various field experiences, she hopes to bring a fresh, new perspective to the space with her active marketing contributions, focusing on topics like market trends, emerging technology, and the next generation of workers.  

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Learn more about gaining visibility through real time data & how to bring out your best.  

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