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1) Power Up Your Robotics Investment with WES
Starts 10:45 AM Ends 11:30 AM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater B Sponsor Fortna Inc.

Emerging warehouse robotic technology offers promising new capabilities, but how do you harness the power of these state-of-the-art solutions while delivering ROI? Employing a powerful Warehouse Execution System (WES) is essential to putting robotics to work effectively in your warehouse while maximizing ...

2) Warehouse Technology v. The People: How to Overcome Labor Shortages and Retain Talent
Starts 1:15 PM Ends 2:00 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater B Sponsor Tecsys

For a modern warehouse to run effectively and efficiently, your workforce needs the right technology, and your technology needs a productive workforce. Striking a balance between these two resources means operational excellence, happier employees, less costly turnover and better retention rates; for ...

3) Energy-as-a-Service: a win-win approach that ensures lowest cost of ownership forever
Starts 2:15 PM Ends 3:00 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater B Sponsor UGOWORK

In an era of very high competitiveness, focusing on your core competencies is mandatory. Every second lost on managing all sorts of systems not directly related to your core is a trap for productivity & cash, but worst, creates harmful lag in your ability to compete in your market. Therefore, you wisely ...

4) 5 key strategies to improve your rack safety
Starts 2:45 PM Ends 3:30 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater F Sponsor Damotech, Inc.

If you’re a warehouse manager, knowing what is required to keep your warehouse safe can be a challenge. But being proactive in preventing hazards and potential loss of production time and money is extremely important. Join our racking experts, Charles Carbonneau, Ph.D., our Chief Engineer with over 20 ...

5) WMS Systems: Drive efficiencies, reduce costs and improve service levels
Starts 10:45 AM Ends 11:30 AM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater B Sponsor Twin Oaks Technology

If we could tell you that our warehouse reduced order processing time to less than 4 hours during peak season, increased our average days to ship by 378%, and saved our company over $100K in freight costs annually, would you want to know how? No, we’re not Amazon, but we do have a good WMS – and that’s ...

6) How Much is Enough? Best Practices for Right-sizing Automation Levels
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater D Sponsor Miebach Consulting Inc.

When considering which type of automation is the right one for their operation, multiple factors are pushing for increased automation in the logistics and production industries, and options for various types of automation can seem endless when you begin your research. With so many possibilities, how ...

7) Why DOM and OMS Are the Keys to Omnichannel Fulfillment
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater F Sponsor enVista

Need to optimize omnichannel order orchestration and fulfillment, customer service and order profitability? An omnichannel order management system (OMS) is required. OMS is the only solution to drive both top and bottom line revenue, as well as omnichannel agility and customer service. In this session, ...

8) How to Avoid Buyer's Remorse in a Warehouse Management System Selection
Starts 12:45 PM Ends 1:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater A Sponsor Open Sky Group

If you're looking to replace your current warehouse management system (WMS) or if you don't have one, this presentation is for you. The search and selection for a WMS can be daunting - there are a lot of providers and it can be hard to dig through what they say they offer and what you actually get when ...

9) Warehouse Modernization: A Framework for Acceleration
Starts 2:15 PM Ends 3:00 PM Date Wednesday, April 14
Location Theater A Sponsor Zebra Technologies

Learn a practical framework you can start implementing now to strategically accelerate your warehouse modernization to meet the demands of eCommerce fulfillment and today’s on-demand economy. This framework takes into consideration the synchronization that needs to occur between warehouse management ...

10) Bionomics™ A Proven Solution for Preventing Back and Shoulder Injuries
Starts 3:15 PM Ends 4:00 PM Date Wednesday, April 14
Location Theater D Sponsor Future Industrial Technologies, Inc.

Back and shoulder injuries are expensive, cause too many lost workdays, and create unnecessary paperwork. FIT has trained over 1 million associates to prevent painful sprain/strain injuries at work and at home. Learn the secrets of how to prevent these expensive claims and how to establish sprain/strain ...

11) new Commerce: E-commerces effect on Network, Facility Design and Real Estate Strategies
Starts 3:45 PM Ends 4:30 PM Date Wednesday, April 14
Location Theater A Sponsor St. Onge Company

This seminar will communicate how the growth of e-commerce (including the acceleration of that growth triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic) has affected supply chain networks (facility locations and mission), facility design for both major hubs and last mile e-commerce facilities and real estate pressure ...

12) How to Avoid Buyer's Remorse in a Warehouse Management System Selection
Starts 10:45 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Thursday, April 15
Location Theater D Sponsor Open Sky Group

If you're looking to replace your current warehouse management system (WMS) or if you don't have one, this presentation is for you. The search and selection for a WMS can be daunting - there are a lot of providers and it can be hard to dig through what they say they offer and what you actually get when ...

13) Warehouse Technology v. The People: How to Overcome Labor Shortages and Retain Talent
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Thursday, April 15
Location Theater F Sponsor Tecsys

For a modern warehouse to run effectively and efficiently, your workforce needs the right technology, and your technology needs a productive workforce. Striking a balance between these two resources means operational excellence, happier employees, less costly turnover and better retention rates; for ...

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