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J.F. Ouellette shares insights on end-of-life (EOL) processes to reduce the accumulation of obsolete products. This topic has traditionally not taken up a lot of bandwidth in discussions. It is however a source of reduced working capital and improved operations. Organizations look to product management to drive product rationalization as a way to increase business efficiency.
About the Speaker:
J.F. Ouellette is the founder and President of QUAD. He has worked over 25 years in various functions within industry. His roles encompassed strategic and tactical business development, NPD, needs analysis, product management and marketing with manufacturers Ansell; Kappler; E.I. DuPont; North Safety and finally Honeywell International. His expertise is called upon globally. He holds a degree in Commerce from Concordia University and is an alumnus of the McGill University Executive Institute, both in MontrÃ©al. He is a Certified Product Manager (CPM) and SixSigma green belt.
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