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How to Realize Smart Manufacturing in Electronics Industry: Implications for the Vietnamese Market

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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

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02:30 PM Asia/Singapore

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Key Topics of Webinar

1)Trends and challenges in electronics manufacturing.

2) Synchronized manufacturing planning for greater flexibility and quicker time to market.

3) Streamlined manufacturing execution for higher throughput and better quality.

4) Business linkage policy and opportunities in Vietnam. 

Webinar Highlight

1) Understand the current trends and resulting challenges in the electronics manufacturing industry

2) Learn how this impact the status quo of market shares and profit margins

3) Grasp the potential to differentiate your company to leveraging the potential of digitalization and smart manufacturing.

Presenter

Mr Sebastian Bersch, Portfolio Development Manager – Manufacturing Solutions, Siemens Industry Software Pte Ltd

Sebastian Bersch graduated from Zeppelin University, Germany, and WITS University, South Africa, majoring in Corporate Management & Economics.
Sebastian was the General Manger and CEO of IBS Shanghai, a leading supplier of quality and operations software for the discrete industries, prior to joining Siemens Digital Industries Software with a merger in 2017. In the process of that integration he broadened his product spectrum by taking on the Lead Portfolio Development position for the whole Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) segment in APAC. He has since been involved with a number of enterprise projects for DI SW and has also been promoted to additionally run the Portfolio Development for the Manufacturing Engineering (MFE) segment. Sebastian has almost 10 years experience in sales and implementation of manufacturing software solutions and manages a team of manufacturing experts that support Siemens customers to plan and run their operations more efficiently and with greater levels of quality and flexibility.
Beyond that Sebastian serves at the Asia Pacific board of MESA, a global think tank for improvement of business results and production operations in manufacturing.
Presenter

Ms Do Phuong Chi, Specialist for Business Consulting, Developing and Connecting Department at Vietnam’s Industry Development Center

Ms. Đỗ Phương Chi graduated from La Trobe University with a master's degree in Finance. Chi was a lecturer at Construction College No.1 prior to joining Industry Development Centre (IDC), as a Specialist for Business Consulting, Developing and Connecting Department. 
She was involved in the following programs in the last five years for IDC: 1) Business matchmaking program for support industry in Automotive, 2) Business matchmaking program for support industry in Electronic, 3) Consultants capability development program for supporting and manufacturing industry, 4) Production Improving program for supporting industries and manufacturers.

About SIEMENS

The Siemens Digital Industries division handles all of Siemens AG’s “Digital Enterprise” portfolio. The Software business unit (formerly known as Siemens PLM Software) is a market leader in the design, simulation, and manufacturing software across various industries. Since the acquisition of Mentor Graphics for $5bn Siemens Digital Industries places a particular focus in the digitalization of the electronics industries and in supporting customers to bring the design, planning and execution of products together that include electrical, mechanical and software components. Siemens Digital Industries holds the strong believe that this characterizes the future of most if not all products in all industries moving forward.

Visit us for more information: https://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/global/en/