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Softworld Supply Chain
Birmingham, United Kingdom - 16th and 17th March 2005
Exhibition / trade show

Organizers claim this is Europe's leading software and solutions event for the supply chain profession.

The supply chain function is critical to an organisation's ability to satisfy demand for its products.  It is a critical time for supply chain professionals as they deal with the pressures of anticipating and responding to change, understanding the impact and potential of emerging technologies whilst retaining efficiencies, transparency and continuity.

For well over a decade, Softworld has led the field in offering supply chain professionals an unrivalled opportunity to buy, upgrade and learn about the latest software solutions and industry issues. It’s also the only community-focused event that allows you to do all of this whilst you network face-to-face with your peers and discover all that’s new – all over two days at The Pavilion, NEC Birmingham.




Date(s):
16th and 17th March 2005

Venue:
The Pavillion, NEC

http://www.softworld.co.uk
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