Town Hall Series
The Town Hall Series allows senior level executives from sponsoring companies an opportunity to present Ted-talk style presentations, addressing the most innovative strategies and cutting-edge solutions being explored by today’s top companies.
Farming, Disruption, the Amazon Effect and The Future of Supply Chains - Sponsored by TurvoJoin Scott Lang, Chairman & CEO of Turvo, to hear results from a recent survey of 200+ supply chain leaders on the Amazon effect and why customer experience (CX) is now at the heart of every CSCO’s growth strategy. Learn how collaboration makes for exceptional customer experiences using a ‘Farmers’ approach to logistics, making the whole greater than the sum of its parts by unifying the people, processes, and systems that drive profitability.Northwestern University.You must log in to access content.
3 Things Freight Movers Can’t Do Alone: How to Innovate, Automate, and Dominate in Today’s Freight Market - Sponsored by Truckstop.comHear from Chief Revenue Officer of Truckstop.com, Kendra Tucker, on the critical role that technology plays to help freight movers succeed in today’s freight market and beyond.You must log in to access content.
How Data Science is Transforming Freight Transportation - Sponsored by DATWhile the transportation industry has always been data rich, most companies do not leverage its full potential. In this talk, DAT’s Chief Scientist and Chief of Analytics describe and demonstrate how data science, visualization, and advanced modeling is being used to help shippers, carriers, and brokers improve their operations. Moving beyond just averages, this talk will illustrate the power of data science in transportation.You must log in to access content.
Unlocking Visibility from Order to Delivery - Sponsored by project44Did you know that many enterprise shippers only have visibility into 30-70% of shipments? As a result of not having the real-time visibility needed, supply chains are not living up to modern customer expectations and are being forced to overcompensate with excess inventory, manual workarounds, and disappointed customers. Global end-to-end Order Health is what’s required to proactively manage exceptions, streamline supply chain operations, and deliver on the customer promiseYou must log in to access content.
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