704-676-1186

SponsorWestfalia Technologies, Inc.
DateTuesday, March 21, 2023
Time2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
LocationTheater D

What You Will Learn

Resiliency is key for successful warehouses and distribution centers due to today’s evolving supply chain. Automation now plays a critical role in managing efficient operations while remaining capable of recovering from and adapting to supply chain challenges. Future success relies on automation for many reasons, including expanding operations with acquisitions of new products or companies, reducing manual labor requirements and costs, and improving order fulfillment speed and accuracy. So how is all this possible? An automated storage/retrieval system (AS/RS) integrated with a flexible software solution that directs, controls and optimizes internal material flow is imperative for success. Without a robust software solution, it becomes difficult to remain resilient. The right software will simplify interactions between humans and automation, thus humanizing what might seem like a daunting or unrealistic task.

The future of warehouse and distribution center automation is here. The success of your operations relies on a properly integrated automated system paired with a customizable software solution. Join us to learn how these systems integrate with the use of comprehensive data analysis, know what to look for in a software provider, and most importantly, how to future proof your warehouses and distribution centers for company growth and success well into the future.

Key Takeaways

1. Justifying automation – how to optimize automation for your needs
2. The importance of an automated system integrated with a flexible software solution
3. What to look for in a software/WES solution provider
4. 3 factors to consider and plan for when future proofing your warehouse

Speakers

SpeakerCompanyTitle
Ryan Smith Westfalia Technologies VP of Automation
Dave Williams Westfalia Technologies VP of Technology Solutions

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