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ISES Supply Chain Management

Live Webinar

  • May 12, 2021
  • 2hr 15mins
  • 8:00 AM PST

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  • May 13, 2021
  • 2hr 15mins
  • 18:00 PM CST

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Sharing and learning the best practices on supply chain management.

Supplier Quality Management is Foundational to Delivering Business Results
Presented by: Jackie Sturm, Corporate Vice President, Global Supply Chain Operations – Intel
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Perspectives of Supplier Relationship Management
Presented by: Jeffrey Wincel, Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer – AMD
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Supply Chain Best Practices: Creating and Sustaining Strategic Relationships in a Transactional World
Presented by: Steven Alsbro, Global Sourcing & Procurement, CPO (acting) – On Semiconductor
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Transformation from Automation to Intelligence Through Industry 4.0
Presented by: Umesh Manathkar, Corporate VP & Chief Information Officer, WW ICS Operations – Amkor
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Introducing Smart Scheduling in Front-end Manufacturing for Improved Cycle Time Management.
Presented by: Jamie Potter, CEO & Co-founder – Flexciton
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Airspace: The Expert in Shipping Your Time Critical and Most Valuable Equipment in the Semiconductor Industry.
Presented by: Aziza Dada, Business Director Europe – Airspace
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Presentations

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  • Jackie Sturm
Corporate Vice President, Global Supply Chain Operations – Intel

Jackie Sturm leads operations for Intel’s multi-billion-dollar Global Supply Chain, which has been cited as a #8 or better for nine consecutive years in Gartner’s Supply Chain Top 25. Her international team supports Construction and Facilities sourcing, Indirect procurement, business continuity, supply chain systems and analytics, and Supply Chain Environmental and Social Governance program, which includes Intel’s first-mover Conflict Minerals initiative. Jackie is a committed advocate for the criticality of value-added manufacturing, engineering and trade as the economic foundations of thriving societies. Within Global Supply Chain, Jackie sponsors targeted advancement programs to address challenges faced by women and unrepresented minorities in technology.

Jackie is a board director for KM Labs and on the board of advisors for Banff International Research Station, Gartner/SCM Word, Howard University Center for Supply Chain Management, and Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Prior to joining supply chain, Jackie held various finance positions at Intel, including CFO for Technology and Manufacturing, as well as at Hewlett Packard, Ridge Computer, and Apple.

  • Topic: Supplier Quality Management is Foundational to Delivering Business Results

Now more than ever, Semiconductors are foundational to everyday life, whether in personal computers, datacenters, or the global network infrastructure, and quality is critically important to enable our products and services to meet and exceed consumer expectations predictably and reliably. At Intel, we take a cross-company approach to ensure robust product quality across the full spectrum of design, manufacturing, reliability, software, and supply chain. For over 20 years, Intel’s Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement program has been the organizing framework of our supplier management approach. Over the years, the scope has expanded to cover all facets of safety, cost, availability, technology, and sustainability, to meet the ever-growing customer demand for innovative, high quality computing experiences. To continue driving increasing levels of performance, we are benchmarking and evolving this program to align the supplier ecosystem in support of Intel’s purpose to create world changing technology that enriches the live of every person on Earth.

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  • Intel

Intel Corporation is an American multinational corporation and technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, in Silicon Valley. It is the world’s largest and highest-valued semiconductor chip manufacturer on the basis of revenue, and is the developer of the x86 series of microprocessors, the processors found in most personal computers. Intel ranked No. 46 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue. Intel is incorporated in Delaware.

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  • Jeffrey Wincel
Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer – AMD

Jeff is an international purchasing executive recognized as an industry leader. He is a published author with six books to his credit. Jeff has been selected as one of the “Pros to Know” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine in 2002, 2004, 2007, 2012 and was a recipient of a team award in 2013 and 2015.

Jeff most recently held the role as the corporate vice president, chief procurement officer at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). He also served as faculty associate of supply chain management at Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business. Previously, Jeff was the vice president, chief procurement officer at ON Semiconductor, senior director of integrated supply chain at Honeywell Aerospace; founder and president of LSC Consulting Group – an independent professional consulting service specializing in lean supply chain management; vice president and general manager modular systems, and vice president corporate procurement and materials for Donnelly Corporation; and director of worldwide purchasing for TRW.

Jeff’s first book was published in 2004, titled ” Lean Supply Chain Management: A Handbook for Strategic Procurement” (Productivity Press, NY) and his most recent in 2013 “People, Process and Culture; Lean Manufacturing in the Real World” (Taylor & Francis, NY). He has an MBA and a BA from Michigan State University, an MA from Loyola University Chicago, and a Doctorate from Graduate Theological Foundation. Jeff is a frequent contributor to many professional and industry publications, and education series, including Supply Chain Management Review, University of Michigan Conference on Lean Manufacturing, the National Manufacturing Week Conference, the Institute for Supply Management, the Institute for International Research, and as a repeat panelist on the ISM national satellite education series

  • Topic: Perspectives of Supplier Relationship Management

The current chief global economic concern affecting nearly every industry and global region is supply continuity and supply chain resiliency. The COVID 19 global pandemic has revealed serious cracks in the global supply structure and the lack of readiness in many of the largest and most important global companies. The extended supply chains complexity and often limited capacity make this particularly true in the global semiconductor industry, resulting in a global chip crisis. Short term thinking and actions have created this problem, and despite the flurry of problem solving activity – short term responses will not correct this problem.

In place of reactive escalations, desperately chasing elusive capacity, or irrationally demanding increased supply; long term supplier relationship management and associated actions are key to identifying and remedying this complex issue. Unfortunately, many industries are incapable or unwilling to embrace and deploy to advanced procurement, sourcing, and supply chain strategies. World-class supply and procurement strategies take a back seat to the technology drivers at the helm of most semiconductor related companies.

Dr. Wincel will examine the challenges facing the semiconductor industry’s sourcing and procurement organizations, and how a commitment to long term supplier relationship management is key to bringing the semiconductor sourcing activities into a more modern, comprehensive and competitive state.

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  • AMD

AMD is a global semiconductor company operating at 40+ locations in over 20 countries, including R&D facilities, international sales offices, and joint ventures with assembly/test manufacturing facilities in Malaysia and China. AMD was incorporated in 1969, and headquartered in Santa Clara, California with approximately 10,100 employees worldwide. At the close of the fiscal year ending December 28, 2019 AMD had revenue of approximately $6.731 billion for the 2019 fiscal year.

For nearly 50 years, AMD has driven innovation in high-performance computing, graphics, and visualization technologies — the building blocks for gaming, immersive platforms, and the data center. Hundreds of millions of consumers, leading Fortune 500 businesses, and cutting-edge scientific research facilities around the world rely on AMD technology to help improve how they live, work, and play. AMD employees around the world are focused on building great products that push the boundaries of what is possible. AMD is publicly traded under NASDAQ: AMD (NASDAQ: AMD). For more information visit: www.amd.com.

AMD 于 1969 年在硅谷创立,最初只有几十名员工,从那时起 AMD 便踏上创新之路,并始终处在半导体产品领域的最前沿。 从成立之初的一家不起眼的公司开始,AMD 如今已经成长为一家拥有上万名员工的全球公司,取得诸多突破性的行业创新。 AMD 今天正在全力以赴、开发高性能计算和可视化产品,以解决世界上最棘手和最有趣的挑战。 当下是半导体行业最好的时代,我们已做好准备,在接下来的 50 年继续开拓创新,努力打造高性能计算和图形技术,令我们的生活变得更加美 好。

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  • Steven Alsbro
Global Sourcing & Procurement, CPO (acting) – On Semiconductor
  • Global Supply Chain professional  with extensive experience developing and implementing comprehensive Supply Chain Strategies 
  • Well versed in various industrial segments to include Hi-Tech Semiconductor, EMS, White Goods, Automotive, Retail
  • Experience with fortune 500 companies like Whirlpool, ON Semi, Ford, TRW and others Global leaders
  • Biz Dev, SC Solutions Selling & Consulting experience gained through various positions
  • Skilled in Supply Chain functional areas including Strategic Direct, Indirect and CapxStrategic Sourcing, Global Supply Chain Logistics distribution and fulfillment, Global S&OP, Entrepreneurial P&L Marketing and Business Development
  • Experienced with M&A due diligence and integration
  • Military Logistics Officer and Desert Storm veteran
  • BS & MS in Supply Chain from Michigan State University
  • Topic: Supply Chain Best Practices: Creating and Sustaining Strategic Relationships in a Transactional World

Supply chains have seen the most significant disruption in modern history the past 12 months. This could not have been predicted or foreseen but the way we collectively have reacted to the crisis could have been a response through a strategic lens. This is actually an opportunity to vision the future desired business relationship and create shareholder value through strategic vs the transactional opportunistic mindset so often portrayed by individuals and companies in a crisis.

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  • On Semiconductor

On Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON) is driving energy efficient innovations, empowering customers to reduce global energy use. The Company is a leading supplier of semiconductor-based solutions, offering a comprehensive portfolio of energy efficient power management, analog, sensors, logic, timing, connectivity, discrete, SoC and custom devices. The Company’s products help engineers solve their unique design challenges in automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, medical, aerospace and defense applications. ON Semiconductor operates a responsive, reliable, world-class supply chain and quality program, a robust compliance and ethics program and a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and design centers in key markets throughout North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific regions. For more information, visit www.onsemi.com.

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  • Umesh Manathkar
Corporate VP & Chief Information Officer, WW ICS Operations – Amkor

Umesh joined Amkor in February 2015 as the Corporate VP and Chief Information Officer. He has an extensive background in semiconductors and IT. Umesh began his career with Motorola Semiconductor, holding engineering and operations positions in Singapore, Phoenix and Austin from 1993-2002. He was CIO of Silicon Labs (Austin, TX) from 2002-2007, and CIO of Cree, Inc. from 2008-2015. He holds a BA in Mechanical Engineering from Ambedkar Marathwada University in India, an MS in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University (ASU) and an MBA from ASU.

  • Topic: Transformation from Automation to Intelligence Through Industry 4.0

Building upon a legacy of strong commitment to factory automation over the last few decades, Amkor has now adopted several next generation technologies as part of our Industry 4.0 initiative.

Leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning and interconnected systems, Industry 4.0 challenges companies to surpass factory automation and achieve factory intelligence. The goal of factory intelligence is to improve product and service quality, decision making speed on the factory floor and utilization of high-value assets.

Amkor now uses real-time, in-process decision making to drive gains in quality, asset utilization and efficiency. The application of Industry 4.0-era tools reduces cycle times for advanced packaging processing.

Amkor aligns to following eight-pillar structure to ensure success in Industry 4.0:

  1. Autonomous machines and material handling
  2. Industrial IoT for universal connectivity
  3. Universal system integration with all backbone systems
  4. Image analytics based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML)
  5. Big data analytics for correlating structured and unstructured data in near real time
  6. Cloud computing, which enables scaling up of data gathering, analysis and decision making
  7. Cybersecurity to protect enterprise data and intellectual property
  8. Simulation to allow experimentation with manufacturing scenarios

This is a strategic transformation for Amkor as we strengthen our position as the worlds #1 Automotive OSAT with best-in-class quality and technology.

In this presentation, Umesh Manathkar, Corporate VP and CIO, Amkor, will discuss Amkor’s Industry 4.0 initiative.

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  • Amkor Technology, inc

You may know us for high-quality semiconductor packaging and test services. But do you know what inspires us to do what we do? An unswerving commitment to customer service, engineering expertise, and high volume manufacturing excellence. Helping solve the complex technological challenges facing the industry is what continually motivates us. We want our customers to focus their resources on semiconductor design and wafer fabrication while trusting us to be their reliable packaging technology innovator and test partner.

Amkor’s operational base includes production facilities, product development centers and sales and support offices located in key electronics manufacturing regions in Asia, Europe and the USA. As the original pioneers of the OSAT industry, Amkor Technology has helped define and advance the technology manufacturing landscape. Since 1968, we’ve delivered innovative packaging solutions with the service and capacity global customers rely on. We’re proud of what we’ve done and can’t wait to show you what’s next.

我们以高质量的半导体封装和测试服务而闻名。是什么在激励我们不断进步?是对服务客户,工程专业技术,以及高产能卓越制造的坚定承诺。帮助克服行业所面对的复杂技术挑战始终是我们的动力。我们希望客户将资源集中投入到半导体设计和
晶圆加工,并将我们视为其可靠的封装技术创新者与测试合作伙伴。Amkor 的经营场地包括位于亚洲、欧洲和美国主要电子制造地区的工厂设施、产品开发中心和销售及支持办公室。作为OSAT 行业的创新先驱者,Amkor Technology 一直帮助定义和优化技术制造现状。自 1968 年起,我们持续提供创新的封装解决方案,以及全球客户都能信赖的服务和功能。我们以此为豪,并迫不及待地向您展示美好的未来前景。

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  • Jamie Potter
CEO & Co-founder – Flexciton

Jamie is an expert in Mathematics and Statistics and graduated top of his year from the University of Oxford. He is passionate about solving hard problems. An entrepreneur at heart and by choice. At Flexciton, along with his role as the CEO, he leads the commercial and operational teams. In 2018, Jamie was featured in Forbes 30 under 30 list.

  • Topic: Introducing Smart Scheduling in Front-end Manufacturing for Improved Cycle Time Management

The semiconductor supply chain is a lengthy and complex operation. At the end of it, some of the global manufacturers rely on timely chip supply to meet their production targets. Front-end manufacturing is where semiconductor companies can either gain or lose in a battle of efficient lead time. Since wafer fabrication involves thousands of process steps, even minor operational changes can result in disproportionate effects on the KPIs, including lead time.

Flexciton applies an advanced ultra optimization technology to schedule the front-end manufacturing, regardless of wafer fab size or product mix complexity. We developed this system to handle all constraints found in a fab. It analyzes thousands of data points from the fab’s manufacturing execution system every and every 3 minutes generates an optimized schedule. The schedules are objective-driven, typically aiming at decreasing cycle times and improving throughput. Some of the results from the recent deployment will be presented during the webinar.

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  • Flexciton

Flexciton is a deep tech company based in London, UK. Our vision is to bring a new level of efficiency to wafer fabs by applying smart scheduling. Our software uses an advanced ultra optimisation technology that can deliver optimised production schedules fast, even in a highly dynamic fab environment. The company has been voted one of the most disruptive companies in the world and featured in 2018 Disrupt 100 list and 2019 Disrupt50 Index. In 2020 Flexciton solution was shortlisted for Best of West award at the SemiconWest annual conference.

Company Product:
Smart scheduling software that applies ultra optimisation technology is driven by objectives and generates near-optimal production schedules in a 3-minute time frame. The Flexciton software was designed to cope with any production constraints found in a wafer fab and can be integrated with any MES and dispatch system.

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  • Aziza Dada
Business Director Europe – Airspace

Aziza is a logistics professional with 12 years’ experience gained in time critical logistics, Next Flight Out and leadership of special project implementation for key players in the semiconductor industry. Delivering excellent results with a focus on continuous process improvement. Operations, Sales and Business Development experience gained through various positions. She is skilled in major local regulations in +15 countries, customs clearance and all processes involved in the international transportation. Proud to be part of the Airspace team and ready to present you a game changer in the Time Critical logistics.

  • Topic: Airspace: The Expert in Shipping Your Time Critical and Most Valuable Equipment in the Semiconductor Industry

Whether your production line is facing a shutdown or your high-value equipment is waiting for a new component, you can’t afford a shipping delay. Powered by AI and proprietary algorithms, Airspace’s platform provides real-time tracking and complete visibility. Your supply chain is complicated — express shipments shouldn’t be.

We built our platform with the most sophisticated technology to enable our team to do what they do best: deliver your critical shipments faster, more accurately, and with full transparency.

What can a cutting-edge algorithm do for that semiconductor shipment you’re waiting on?

Airspace is built on the same AI and machine learning technology that powers your latest innovations.

And it’s constantly getting smarter.

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  • Airspace

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