Technology Roundtable: Are you ready for what’s next?
Thursday, May 16, 2019 | 2PM ET
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Thursday, May 16, 2019 2:00PM
Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, American Truck Media LLC.
Dwight Klappich, Research Vice President, Gartner
Norm Saenz, Managing Director, St. Onge Company
Joe Vernon, Practice Leader Supply Chain Analytics, CapGemini
Daniel Merchan, Research Affiliate, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
Continually asked to do more with less in an environment that’s speeding up and becoming more sophisticated, logistics and supply chain managers now—more than ever—need technology platforms that support good coordination and collaboration among stakeholders. But what to apply and when continues to baffle even the savviest practitioners.
In this webcast LM's group editorial director Michael Levans gathers four top supply chain management technology analysts to discuss how some of the hottest software and technologies is helping logistics and supply chain management professionals streamline their operations to meet the pressing demands of digital commerce and manage through the tightest labor market in a generation.
Discussion topics include:
- Workforce management applications
- Warehouse/DC tech myths and realistic solutions
- Blockchain and GTM evolving capabilities
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) role in logistics
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