Stephanie Krishnan

Stephanie Krishnan

Research Director, Manufacturing Insights
IDC Asia/Pacific


Stephanie Krishnan is the Research Director for Manufacturing Insights with IDC Asia/Pacific, responsible for Industry 4.0 research. In this role, she responsible for the production, development and growth of the IDC Manufacturing Insights program in the Asia Pacific region. In this role, Stephanie will be delivering a research agenda that will appeal to technology buyers and vendors both in terms of subscription products and custom research in Industry 4-0 looking across ecosystems, value chains and supply chains of industrial industries.

Stephanie has more than 20 years’ experience in manufacturing and supply chain, with a diverse background that complements her years in academia and professional development consulting in multiple countries such as Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, UAE and Hong Kong among others. In addition to this, she advises startups in the areas of process automation and technology adoption, particularly in supply chain management. Stephanie has been most recently been conducting economic and supply chain market research as part of consulting in the Middle East.

  • PhD (in progress) from the University of Wollongong, Australia
  • Masters of International Business from the University of Wollongong, Australia
  • Frequent speaker, presenter and moderator at industry conferences as well as writing thought leadership pieces for professional publications in Singapore, Australia and India.

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Stephanie Krishnan will be appearing in the following sessions:

Takeaway Panel – HALAL Supply Chain. The opportunity!
LogiSYM Malaysia 2021: Malaysia Day 1 - 28th July 2021, 16:15–17:00, Interactive Panel Discussion

Expert Panel – Halal supply chain technology – halal blockchain, traceability, and security
LogiSYM Malaysia 2021: Malaysia Day 1 - 28th July 2021, 14:30–15:15, Interactive Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Smart Cities: a Foundation for Industry 4.0 & how AI & Automation will impact the economic landscape & Capabilties in the Region.
LogiSYM MENA 2021: MENA Day 1 - 24th August 2021, 16:15–16:45, Interactive Panel Discussion

Keynote: When the World Changed
LogiSYM Asia-Pacific 2021: Singapore Day 1 - 19 May 2021, 09:30–10:00, Presentation

Smart Cities: a Foundation for Industry 4.0
LogiSYM Asia-Pacific 2021: Singapore Day 2 - 20 May 2021, 11:15–12:00, Interactive Panel Discussion

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