PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ACSIS, a provider of cloud solutions for the intelligent supply chain, will present a free, online webinar outlining best practices for building dynamic, connected, and demand-driven digital supply chains.
In today’s global marketplace, supply chains have become increasingly complex, even as customer expectations for seamless service are on the rise. Smart companies are using new digital tools and cloud services to build intelligent supply chains for themselves, their partners, and their customers.
The webinar, sponsored by AIM, a worldwide industry association for members of the automatic identification industry, will discuss how Fortune 500 companies are integrating data across Edge IoT and other AIDC devices. It will also review lessons learned by end-users when implementing Digital Supply Chain Solutions for the cloud in order to improve visibility of the end user’s products and assets. The presentation will be of particular interest to any company or AIM industry group member working with the Internet of Things, RFID technologies or global track and trace initiatives.
The webinar runs for one hour and is available to stream from any device by registering here.
Webinar: Implementing Digital Supply Chain Solutions—Lessons Learned
DATE: October 23rd
TIME: 12 p.m. EDT
Speaker: John DiPalo, chief strategy officer, ACSIS
Named a “Pro to Know” in 2018 by Supply Chain Executive Magazine, John leads key strategic initiatives at ACSIS.
For over 20 years, ACSIS has been successfully delivering innovative supply chain execution solutions with actionable results to valued customers such as The Coca-Cola Company, DuPont, The Hershey Company, AmerisourceBergen, Cintas, Ashland, and more. ACSIS Cloud Solutions for the Intelligent Supply Chain provide a real-time view of supply chain execution—connecting legacy systems, partner networks, and assets on the edge for better insight and smarter forecasting. www.acsisinc.com
AIM is the trusted worldwide industry association for the automatic identification industry. For nearly half a century, AIM has provided unbiased information, educational resources and standards to providers and users of these technologies. www.aimglobal.org