Implementing WMS:

Implementing WMS:

Defining Best Practices to Modernize Warehouse Operations

Defining Best Practices to Modernize Warehouse Operations

Thursday, June 10th
12:00 – 1:30 PM CT

Thursday, June 10th
12:00 – 1:30 PM CT

About the Program

Implementing WMS: Defining Best Practices to Modernize Warehouse Operations is an invitation-only, video-based virtual event limited to logistics, IT, and supply chain leaders from enterprises across the country who will convene with three goals in mind:

  • Gain actionable insights from conversations led by our expert moderated panel
  • Participate in interactive breakout room video discussions
  • Build meaningful new connections with a group of diverse thinkers
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About the Content

With industry standards always increasing, warehouses that continue working from legacy systems and don’t actively adapt their processes are falling behind the competition. Many intralogistics leaders are grappling with downtime, human and machine error, and database problems on a daily basis. However, implementing a WMS or upgrading an existing WMS can be daunting, especially when workers are seeking a balance between getting sufficient guidance at the outset and not wanting to rely on a vendor long-term.

As warehouses continue to modernize, utilizing a reliable WMS that supports increased accuracy, productivity, and worker management is key to maximizing efficiency. If organizations are able to work with vendors to proactively train key staff throughout the implementation process, they have the added advantage of becoming product experts who can assist with going live and providing future support internally. By upgrading their WMS and adjusting to software best practices, logistic managers can increase delivery capacity, reduce processing time, and save money and risk long-term.

Join us and our esteemed panelists as we discuss common challenges of modernizing warehouse intralogistics and how WMS can be implemented to optimize the efficiency of workers, workflow, and equipment.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • How to successfully expand automated systems to increase capacity across all levels of operations
  • Connecting your software solution with your WMS to optimize material flow 
  • Overcoming the challenges of implementing a WMS remotely
  • Integrating your current hardware and software with your WMS for a seamless employee experience
  • Choosing a new WMS that supports the drive toward automation

Event Details

Date

Thursday, June 10th, 2021

Time

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm CT

Attendee Profile

Select group of logistics, IT, and supply chain leaders

Agenda

12:00PM     Attendees Enter Virtual Event & Welcome Remarks

12:05PM     Video Networking in Breakout Rooms

12:15PM     Panel Discussion

12:55PM     Audience Q&A

1:10PM       Breakout Networking Sessions

12:00PM     Attendees Enter Virtual Event & Welcome Remarks

12:05PM     Video Networking in Breakout Rooms

12:15PM     Panel Discussion

12:55PM     Audience Q&A

1:10PM       Breakout Networking Sessions

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Sponsor

First Line Software provides a wide range of services for the development, testing, implementation and maintenance of custom and specialised software solutions for the European and world markets. FLS has a Certified Solution Development Department and a Certified Implementation Department. For more than 10 years FLS has maintained a strategic partnership with viastore – a leading international provider of solutions in the field of warehouse intralogistics. Together they have completed more than 30 WMS projects in Europe and the USA. For more information, visit www.firstlinesoftware.com

Organizer

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Business Development Institute (BDI) is an award-winning event marketing agency specializing in producing invitation-only, thought leadership driven, custom events on the most impactful topics. BDI’s programs create an interactive peer learning experience while providing a rare networking opportunity for like-minded leaders over a fine lunch.