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Please join APICS New Haven, ASQ New Haven & Southern Chapters for a joint PDM on the topic of "Block Chain & It's Impact on your Supply Chain" presented by Jim Timmons.
"Blockchain is a relatively new phenomenon in the computing industry concentrating on encryption methods in order to control and secure all types of transactions. The initial and to date, the primary use of Block Chain is in crypto currencies allowing for controlled financial transactions though many companies are exploring its use.
Speaker: Jim Timmons, MBA, CPIM, CSCP, CLTD (President, Jim Timmons Consulting)
Jim has spent over 35 years in industry involved in Materials, Supply Chain and Operations Management. That includes in military, aerospace, textile, printing and medical device manufacturing industries. He has held the positions of Inventory Control, Materials, Manufacturing Manager, VP of Operations, Supply Chain Manager and Supply Chain Director. Jim is now spending his time providing professional education in Production & Inventory Management, Supply Chain Management and Lean Operations as an APICS CPIM certification preparation instructor as well as adjunct professor at the University of New Haven.Jim has been an APICS member, for over 30 years and active in the New Haven Chapter Board of Directors for 8 years as Treasurer, President and President again after spending three years working in Victor, NY and moving back to CT.
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Wednesday, February 13, 2019
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