Change is hard and scary at times. And, embracing Industry 4.0 requires a lot of it. Manufacturers dread the idea of disrupting their supply chain or production output. How, then, can they make the complex changes across the board required to the industrial infrastructure and processes? What about the corporate expectations? How can they lead their people to think different and follow the unconventional path to digital manufacturing? Based on the journey thus far, what are the learnings?
Shantanu Roy, Chief Information Officer, Mahindra Logistics
Shantanu is CIO at Mahindra Logistics and has been associated with the organization for over two years. He has over 20 years of experience in logistics and supply chain management technology.It has been his constant endeavourto simplify bus... More View all posts
Shantanu is CIO at Mahindra Logistics and has been associated with the organization for over two years. He has over 20 years of experience in logistics and supply chain management technology.It has been his constant endeavourto simplify business processes for positive outcomes. He enjoys doing Data Modelling, User Journey Mapping and Network Optimisation. He aims to enable business to embrace change arising out of process digitalization. Prior to joining Mahindra Logistics, he was Principal Consultant - Supply Chain Execution at Infosys. As a practice lead for supply chain execution, he advised and assisted fortune 500 retailers and CPG enterprises in formulating and implementing their logistics management technology strategies. He was also Co-Founder and Director at Stragure Tech. He has also worked at Tech Namei2 and Aditi Technologies. Shantanu is a B.Tech in Metallurgical Engineering from National Institute of Technology Warangal. Less View all posts