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Manhattan showcases solutions

Wednesday, 24 Oct 2018 ( #895 ) - Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Eddie Capel
Manhattan Associates is hosting its sixth ANZ Exchange conference at The Grand Hyatt in Melbourne, with more than 200 retail, manufacturing, wholesale and logistics professionals from across Australia and New Zealand discussing how to transform their businesses to succeed in a new commerce environment that emphasises speed, convenience and personalisation.

Raghav Sibal, Manhattan Associates’ managing director for Australia and New Zealand, says the event is designed to help traditional bricks and mortar retailers, pure-play e-commerce companies, and direct-to-consumer manufacturers maximise the efficiency of managing orders across multiple channels and fulfilling their customers’ increasingly complex needs.

Eddie Capel, President and CEO of Manhattan Associates, will open ANZ Exchange with his vision of Push Possible, the energy driving Manhattan’s thinking, innovation, people and solutions. Guests will also hear from Dylan Alcott, a Paralympic gold medallist and world champion who has just returned from winning the US Open quad singles wheelchair tennis title. In addition, Joanne Lipsey, general manager of supply chain, E Pharmacy at Chemist Warehouse Retail Group, will describe how her company has scaled for growth.
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