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On-Shelf Availability Series – The Impact of Serialized Items on Retail Supply Chains
January 25 @ 10:00 AM CSTFree
Join Mike Graen for this series of open, informal, and topical discussions… each focusing on the teams, techniques, and technologies that are driving meaningful improvements in the area of On-Shelf Availability.
Mike and his guests from industry and academia will spend the hour talking through some of the hottest topics concerning OSA, inviting listeners to share from their own experiences. Through decades’ worth of real-world experience and knowledge, Graen and his guests will provide a unique insight into a critical component of what it takes to succeed at retail.
About Myron Burke
Myron is an accomplished retail executive with over 26 years of international experience at Walmart, leading operations, innovation, and emerging technology teams, including co-founding Store No. 8.
He is known for his industry contributions as a 20 year ambassador for GS1 supporting global commerce standards development on both bar codes and Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID).
Myron is currently leveraging his global experience through his company, DIVERGENT Technology Advisors to re-engineer retail inventory and business operations solutions to accelerate value delivery and serves as a mentor to start-ups inventing the next generation of enterprise technologies.
About Mike Graen
With 40 years of experience working for Procter & Gamble, Walmart, and CROSSMARK, Mike Graen has seen the retail industry from every conceivable angle. From helping develop what would become Retail Link to investigating and leveraging the potential of shelf-scanning robots and RFID tech in stores, Graen has made a career out of using technology to solve business problems.
The On Shelf Availability Series is presented by the Department of Supply Chain Management at the University of Arkansas, and proudly sponsored by:
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