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Kanbanversation Video Series Looks at Lean, Visibility, and the Supply Chain

Experts and thought leaders talk with manufacturing journalist Thomas R. Cutler

Published: Wednesday, January 6, 2016 - 13:55

(Upland: Austin, TX): -- Kanbanversation is a new episodic video program sponsored by Ultriva by Upland Software. The program examines all aspects of the demand-driven supply chain. During each episode industry experts and thought leaders are interviewed by manufacturing journalist Thomas R. Cutler, a regular contributor to Quality Digest. Episode one, titled “Kanbanversation: End-to-End Pull,” premiered on Monday, Jan. 4, 2015. The special guest is Ultriva founder, Narayan Laksham.

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