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By reimagining processes and seizing digital opportunities, businesses can better weather major crises that threaten supply chains and position themselves for future growth.

Atul Chandna

EY Asean Consumer Products and Supply Chain Leader; Partner, Consulting, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd.

Knowledge of sales and supply chain functions in consumer goods, retail and chemicals sectors. Experienced in advanced supply chain analytics and process consulting.

Atul is EY Asean Consumer Products and Supply Chain Leader and a consulting partner at Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd. in Singapore. He possesses deep knowledge of sales and supply chain functions in the consumer goods, retail and chemicals sectors across the Asia-Pacific region.

He has supported numerous local and multinational clients, from conceptualization to final delivery of large-scale turnaround programs, including business strategy, process reengineering and technology architecting.

Atul has led innovation engagements on adoption of digital supply chain ideas and brought them to life with prototypes that incorporate robotic process automation, analytics, mobility and artificial intelligence.

He has also led many advanced supply chain analytics and process consulting initiatives, as well as designed and implemented supply chain control towers in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

Atul holds a B.E (Chemical) from Panjab University, India.

How Atul is building a better working world

“Major crises can significantly disrupt supply chains, particularly when companies are unprepared, and further underscore the importance of business process reengineering supported by digital innovation.

I work closely with clients from the consumer goods, retail and chemicals sectors to reimagine their processes and leverage technologies that provide up-to-date visibility on detailed supply chain data and timely insights to match supply to demand. This helps them to enhance agility, efficiency and cost-effectiveness for greater competitiveness and resilience in the face of disruptions.”

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