P&SC LIVE Singapore: AI-Powered Enterprise Clouds

Youtube Placeholder
NVIDIA's Global Director shares insights on the future of technology procurement at Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Singapore

At Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Singapore, Vijay Tanjore Mohankumar, NVIDIA's Global Director of Sourcing and Procurement, discussed how to navigate the next frontier in technology procurement.

AI: A rapidly growing sector

Vijay began by outlining AI's scale, predicting it will become a $407bn market by 2027, up from $87bn in 2022.

"It's almost going to quadruple in the next five years," he noted. "In the US, they are estimating a 21% net increase in GDP by 2030 due to AI."

He stressed the importance of businesses getting ahead to harness AI's potential. "Some people see AI as temporary, but I think it is here to stay."

Explore our events to find out how you can use AI to optimise your supply chain and procurement processes

How AI can benefit businesses

One high-level use for AI is predictive analysis. Vijay explained: “This involves analysing large data sets to derive insights. It can be used for medical diagnosis, financial analysis, forecasting, and supply and demand planning.”

Another application is in customer experience. Enterprises are transitioning clients to more enhanced versions of customer service using stackable chatbots, natural language processing, and translation services, all based on AI workflows.

"I think this is one of those low-hanging fruits where you can streamline business processes to improve efficiency, for example, through summarising meetings or email stock wins," Vijay added.

He also highlighted the importance of data in avoiding common pitfalls in procurement.

At NVIDIA, the focus is on "always data, data, data." Their platform and infrastructure establish them as a frontrunner in AI, with advanced computing resources like Touch 100 and GBE 200.

The building blocks of AI deployment

Vijay stressed the importance of investing in a robust data platform and establishing strong governance controls to ensure data privacy and security, especially when working with AI.

“The biggest thing I consider is building your knowledge capital," he said. This includes training in data science, AI, machine learning architecture, and relevant tools and systems.

By prioritising these elements, organisations can effectively harness AI's power while maintaining data integrity and fostering continuous growth within their teams.

Vijay also discussed deployment methods, native integration, third-party extensions, licensing models, and security risks.

For more insightful discussions like this, secure your tickets to Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London.

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London

P&SC LIVE continues to expand

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE continues to expand its repertoire of events, with more to come in 2024 and 2025. Discover our essential diary dates below.

2024 diary dates:

2025 diary dates: 

  • Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Singapore | 11 February 2025
  • Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: Scope 3 | 5-6 March 2025
  • Manufacturing & Mobility  LIVE | 5-6 March 2025
  • Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Dubai | 29 April 2025
  • Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Chicago | 4-5 June 2025
  • Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London | 23-24 September 2025
  • Procurement & Supply Chain Awards | 24 September 2025
  • Manufacturing & Mobility LIVE Chicago | 4 November 2025


Make sure you check out the latest edition of Supply Chain Digital and also sign up to our global conference series - Procurement & Supply Chain 2024


Supply Chain Digital is a BizClik brand.


Featured Articles

Shortlist Announced – The Global P&SC Awards 2024

Procurement Magazine and Supply Chain Digital have released the 2024 shortlist for the inaugural Global Procurement & Supply Chain Awards

Suzano: Pioneering High-Capacity Electric Trucks

Suzano, the world’s largest producer of market pulp, is testing the first high-capacity electric truck, the Atlas, developed by VIX Logística

Etihad Cargo’s Bold Bid to Increase Global Capacity

Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways, is expanding in a bid to offer comprehensive air cargo solutions to its customers

CGI: AI Already a Key Area of Focus for Supply Chain Leaders

Digital Supply Chain

Three Months Until Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London

Digital Supply Chain

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Announces Chicago Event 2025

Digital Supply Chain