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Anne Robinson

Anne G. Robinson

Anne G. Robinson

Chief Strategy Officer at Kinaxis

As Chief Strategy Officer, Anne is responsible for accelerating Kinaxis strategy development to add further value to customers. She and her team collaborate closely with customers, external stakeholders and the rest of the senior executive team to drive the strategic roadmap, thought leadership and identify emerging technologies and new industry opportunities.

A proven leader in analytics and digital transformation, with expertise in operations, supply chain, and strategy, Anne has extensive experience in managing supply chains for complex, global organizations. As Executive Director, Global Supply Chain Strategy, Analytics and Systems at Verizon, Anne was responsible for the strategic vision of the company’s global end-to-end supply chain, driving excellence through world-class data-analytics, process innovation and employee empowerment. Before Verizon, Anne spent several years at Cisco where she was responsible for managing advanced analytics, business intelligence and performance management teams.

Anne is a past president of INFORMS (the Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences), a seasoned industry speaker and has served on several advisory boards. Originally from St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Anne has a BScH from Acadia University, MASc from the University of Waterloo and an MSc and PhD in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.

Track: Implementing Analytics

Monday, April 15, 10:30–11:20am

Analytics in Action – From Concept to Value

Delivering proven value through your analytical assets can often be a challenge. As more and more companies are leveraging the initial insights from their analytics investments, differentiation and competitive advantage needs to be realized through a more comprehensive approach. Complementing a rigorous end-to-end analytic process with a focus on change management, story telling, and the right key performance indicators will enable the required elements for success.