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DynCorp International Senior Director of Supply Chain Operations, Bill Momsen, Featured in Supply Chain Digest Videocast

Bill_MomsenDynCorp International senior director of Supply Chain Operations, Bill Momsen, will be presenting during a videocast titled, “Understanding the Supply Chain Business Intelligence Landscape.” The videocast will take place Thursday, July 30, 2015, at 11:30am EDT.

The videocast will be based on findings from recent study by Supply Chain Digest on how to leverage supply chain data for an organization’s competitive advantage. Momsen will discuss DI’s use of Qlik, an analytics tool, in a panel-style discussion.

“Our employees don’t need another tool that puts a new face on the same old data. Instead, they need visualizations that are intuitive and allow users to freely explore the underlying data,” said Momsen. “Qlik empowers users to discover new insights, and this enhances DI’s ability to improve the performance and effectiveness of our supply chain.”

Momsen currently leads Continuous Improvement, Systems, Business Intelligence, Planning, Small Business, and Procure-to-Pay (P2P) for DI’s global supply chain. Before joining DI, Momsen served in various global Supply Chain leadership roles at National Instruments, heading the Americas Planning function, Global Commodity Management, a production operation in Dublin, Ireland, as well as several global, cross-functional initiatives.

He has more than 20 years of Supply Chain Management experience across multiple industries including technology and aerospace and defense. Momsen holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

Supply Chain Digest Study

Supply Chain Digest surveyed its global readership on how companies are planning to leverage their supply chain data in the next few years. The more than 200 responses came from professionals in a wide variety of roles in the supply chain business, and varied industries.

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  1. Betty Washabaugh says

    I missed the video scheduled for today at 11:30, is it still available to watch Please notify me if you do. Thank you!


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