Dr Pepper Snapple IBM Network Design 2012Presentation Transcript
Dr. Pepper Snapple Makes the Most of theirSupply Chain with IBM’s Network Design SolutionJosh Buchanan: Network Optimization Manager – Dr. Pepper Snapple GroupSara Lewis: WW Supply Chain Industry Marketing Lead - IBM
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Josh Buchanan: Manager of Network Optimization at Dr. PepperSnapple Group. In this role, he is responsible for reducing costs andimproving customer service in Dr. Pepper Snapple Group’s direct storedelivery business. With over fifteen years of experience in buildingoptimization models to solve both tactical and strategic problems, Joshpreviously held positions in Anheuser-Busch InBev’s Supply ChainSystems group and PepsiCo’s Supply Chain Strategy group.Originally from Tennessee, Josh received his undergraduate degree inindustrial engineering from Tennessee Technological University and amaster’s of industrial engineering degree from the University of Arkansas.Later, he attended Washington University in St Louis where he received amaster’s of business administration.Introduction to Josh Buchanan13