Technology Roundup: The race to transform is on

Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 2pm ET

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A Supply Chain Potluck?
Most executives understand a physical supply chain and realize the potential cost and time-to-market benefits of contracting with partners within this supply chain. But most executives are ill informed about the potential benefits that could be obtained by digitizing today’s complex supply chains.
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Date/Time
Thursday, May 17, 2018 2:00PM
Moderator
Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, Supply Chain Group, American Truck Media LLC.
Panelists
Dwight Klappich, Research Vice President, Gartner
Amit Sethi, Senior Manager, Logistics & Supply Chain, Capgemini
Norm Saenz, Managing Director, St. Onge Company
Ken Cottrill, Global Communications Consultant, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, Research Principal, Chain Business Insights LLC.

Next-generation robotics, AI, blockchain, big data analytics and sensors. It’s one thing to be on top of the new buzzy tech that many argue is the future of supply chains, but it’s another when it comes to determining which hold the greatest potential and where to start.

In this webinar we’ve gathered four of our top technology analysts to offer their perspective on the latest tech buzz driving the next phase of the digital transformation.  Tune in as they share:

  • Autonomous mobile robotics in logistics
  • Shipment visibility and last-mile management
  • Warehouse/DC tech myths and offer realistic solutions
  • Basics of blockchain in logistics management

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