From Complexity to Clarity: Visualizing Supply Chains with Graph Analytics


Supply chains are at the center of a fragile global economy and are vital in connecting suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers worldwide. But supply chains are complex and interconnected in nature with disruptions occurring in one part of the world that can quickly ripple through the entire supply chain, affecting businesses and economies at large.

These intricate networks of relationships and dependencies are often unraveled by the use of graph analytics - which helps organizations better identify bottlenecks, vulnerabilities, and potential risks, enabling businesses to make more informed decisions and take proactive measures to mitigate disruptions.

In this webinar, you’ll discover how leveraging graph analytics for supply chain management proves to be a powerful tool in identifying patterns, anomalies, and optimizing operations across the entire supply chain ecosystem.


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Frederic Ramioulle

Frederic is a Managing Director at Alvarez & Marsal and brings more than 30 years of consulting and senior executive experience in the automotive, aerospace, high tech and engineering services sectors. Most recently, he has focused on the transportation sector, helping large U.S. and European carriers with fundamental performance improvements and driving comprehensive digital transformation efforts. His work led to the creation of new operating models to drive step changes in profitability and the creation of a new SaaS offering that are accessible to industry participants of all sizes.


Jean Villedieu

Jean is the co-founder and Managing Director at Linkurious. Over the years, he has worked with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies to help them find insights in complex connected data. Previously, he worked in the consulting industry. Jean double-majored in both political sciences and competitive intelligence.

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Emily Williams

Emily Williams is a Customer Success Manager at Linkurious. She draws on her previous knowledge as a Fraud Investigator and Risk Analyst at payment processors, banks, and p2p applications to help Linkurious clients use graph technology to fight financial crime. Emily was a Fraud Investigator at Venmo, a Risk Analyst at Braintree, and a Fraud Specialist at Chime.