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American Shipper webinar ignites discussions on data

The free webinar, “Fan the Flame: How IoT Data Fuels Global Supply Chain Business Intelligence,” can be replayed anytime using the link provided in the story.

American Shipper webinar ignites discussions on data

The free webinar, “Fan the Flame: How IoT Data Fuels Global Supply Chain Business Intelligence,” can be replayed anytime using the link provided in the story.

American Shipper webinar ignites discussions on data

The free webinar, “Fan the Flame: How IoT Data Fuels Global Supply Chain Business Intelligence,” can be replayed anytime using the link provided in the story.

 
In our newest webinar, “Fan the Flame: How IoT Data Fuels Global Supply Chain Business Intelligence,” American Shipper has gathered insights from the companies producing the sensors, the software that cleans, standardizes and transmits huge amounts of data, and supply chain solution providers that leverage these data flows to provide visibility into the truth about their business operations.
   The live webinar is scheduled for 2 p.m. EST Tuesday.
   Expert panelists will be Ty Bordner, senior vice president of marketing and business development at Amber Road; Jim Hayden, CTO at Savi; and Jason Barnes, senior product manager at project44. Hayes Howard, CEO of American Shipper, will serve as moderator.
   Supply chain operations have come a long way since the first EDI standards were published in the late 1960s, and supply chain professionals now occupy a strategic role in the decision-making process.
   It’s never been easier to leverage accessible technology to optimize supply chain operations. And now, with the advent of widespread, sensor-based data and data from the Internet of Things flowing all around us, supply chain professionals have new capabilities that provide unprecedented visibility into their operations and how it affects a company’s broader performance.
   Register to attend this free webinar, sponsored by Amber Road, and learn how these capabilities are more accessible than ever.

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