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Digitisation and the Internet of Things: Impacts on the supply chain

Digitisation and the Internet of Things: Impacts on the supply chain

Conference by AEB in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport

A leading provider of global trade and supply chain management solutions, and CILT(UK) are inviting supply chain professionals from all industry sectors to their conference about the impacts and opportunities of digitisation. The event takes place on 28th April 2016 in Leamington Spa and delegates can register online.

Digitisation, big data, Internet of Things, smart factories – these buzzwords dominate today’s media and supply chain strategies. What exactly do they mean and what is their impact on business? Which challenges and opportunities do they present for supply chain operations?

To help companies understand the relevance of digitisation for competitiveness in today’s dynamic markets, AEB is hosting a conference in partnership with CILT(UK) titled “Digitisation and the Internet of Things: Impacts on your supply chain”. Expert speakers from various industry sectors will provide different perspectives to identify tangible benefits for the specific areas of global supply chains.

The following speakers have been confirmed:

Nabil Lodey, Head of GlobeRanger, Fujitsu
Melissa Cupis, Managing Director, AGR (UK) Ltd
Chris Couzins-Short, Managing Director, Tudor Rose International
Stefan Reidy, Chief Executive Officer, Arviem
Nick Wildgoose, Global Supply Chain Product Leader, Zurich Insurance
Phil Lavin, Sales Manager, AEB (International)

The programme will include:

Introduction to digitisation and the Internet of Things
Case-studies and industry perspectives
Digitising warehousing operations
Digitising inventory management
Digitising risk management and visibility
Bringing things together: comprehensive supply chain digitisation

An expert panel discussion at the end of the day will provide further opportunities for delegates to take an active part in the event and ask questions aimed at “future-proving” their supply chains.

Coffee breaks and a complimentary lunch will be provided. The event is now open for online registration.

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