Sponsored by Apex Supply Chain Technologies LLC

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  • Date Monday, April 8, 2019
  • Time 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
  • Location Theater A
  • Type Seminar

Presented By

Dean Priebe - Sr.Director Automation
C&S Wholesale Grocers

Joseph Stephens - CEO
Motor City Industrial

Scott Medford - SVP, Global Sales
Apex Supply Chain Technologies


What You Will Learn

Industry 4.0 is an opportunity for companies to improve their operations in a distinct and measurable way. In fact, investing in supporting technologies like self-serve automation is providing companies a sustainable competitive advantage. But Industry 4.0 has also brought an unprecedented amount of disruption to the supply chain as companies plan how they’ll invest their time, technology and talent. As companies digitalize critical operational processes, self-serve automation solutions in particular have become a well-established, best practice. Automating low value tasks, so employees can focus on more valuable work is having a major impact. Leading global companies are automating mobile device management and inventory replenishment to increase efficiencies and savings. These solutions are also extending their continuous improvement and Lean initiatives. Learning about their experiences and how they achieved these impactful results will help you plan for and navigate your next Industry 4.0 project, whether it’s early days for your company’s digitalization efforts or you’re further along and moving from core operational processes to supporting areas.

Key Takeaways

Top takeaways for seminar attendees include:
1. How the cost of not upgrading is usually higher than the cost of adopting new technologies.
2. How to sort through which automation technologies make the most sense for your needs.
3. How you can create solutions with little to no capital expenditures.
4. How to involve the end-users early on to ensure a successful implementation.
5. How to ensure you can show the ROI of your Industry 4.0 initiatives.


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