OpenLink’s Commodity and Corporate Treasury solutions expert Mark O’Toole is moderating a panel, “Too Big to Fail: How Advanced Manufacturers Stress Test Their Commodity Risk Management Strategies,” at the Institute of Supply Management’s upcoming Global Procurement Tech Summit. The event will be held on March 14-16 in Baltimore.
Think stress testing is just for banks? Think again. The session explores how the most progressive multinationals use analytics to manage commodity risk.
Attendees will learn how leading multinational organizations analyze and deconstruct and reconstruct big data to perform advanced what-if scenario planning, improve forecast accuracy, manage price and cash flow at risk, improve margins, budget capital requirements for the next quarter’s procurement needs and incorporate measures such as value-at-risk going from reactive to proactive risk management.
OpenLink is the market leader in trading and risk management software and has received numerous industry awards and recognition including citations as the industry leader in Commodity/Energy Trading and Risk Management (C/ETRM) systems, and first-in-class ranking by Energy Risk magazine, with analyst firms Gartner and Chartis citing OpenLink as a leader in financial platforms.
Global Procurement Tech Summit 2016
Date: March 15, 2016
OpenLink’s Commodity and Corporate Treasury solutions expert Mark O’Toole is moderating a panel highlighting how manufacturers can stress test their commodity trading and risk management strategies in order to protect their margins and stay ahead of the changes in the markets.