Get free print copy of my book: Analytics for Supply Chain Managers (ISBN : 978-0-578-21271-5 )

Hear about machine learning taking over various aspects of manufacturing and supply chains all the time ? Not sure how you and your supply chain organization can prepare for this transition ?

This book cuts through the hype to help you understand different applications of analytics within supply chain from a practitioner’s point of view. Like most of you who are reading this book , I started my career on manufacturing and warehouse floors prior to transitioning into advanced analytics domain. That allows me to leverage analytics in supply chain beyond the textbook approach, from the perspective of a functional manager. This book is a culmination of my ten years of experience leveraging analytics and advanced analytics in the world of operations management.

Please note that this book is not sponsored or endorsed by my employer and is rather a personal charity initiative by me.

The book is not for profit. I will be ordering only 100 print hard cover version, which I plan to give out for free (Please see the criteria below).  I would though request everyone who receives a free copy to kindly donate a generous amount to St. Jude’s Children’s research hospital (www.stjude.org) . As far as the kindle version goes, you will be paying $1 for the book, and all the payments made on Amazon will go directly to St. Jude’s Children’s research hospital.

The print copies of the book will ship on 18th February 2019 and I expect the book to be available on Amazon as an ebook around March beginning or end.

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Criteria to request your free copy:

(1) Director, VP or CXO level operations leaders in Fortune 500 companies, worldwide.

(2) Please use the contact form on this website (www.supplychain-analysis.com) to submit the request for your free copy. Kindly provide your company/business email id to validate your job role and employer. Mailing address can be any address of your choice.

The hard cover print versions will be mailed out on 18th Feb 2019 via USPS. The transit time may be between 14-45 days depending on the destination country.

 

 

 

 

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