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Visibility That’s Visionary:

How Advanced Technologies Transform Capabilities in Plants & Warehouses

WEBINAR DETAILS

Date: November 16, 2016 (70 minutes)

Featured Speakers:

  • Mike Maris, Director of Logistics Solutions, Zebra Technologies
  • Paul Rakowicz, Vice President of Software Development, Lowry Solutions
 

In this 90-minute webinar, Lowry Solutions and Zebra Technologies come together to discuss solutions that improve plant and warehouse visibility. Zebra’s Mike Maris will introduce their Warehouse 20-20 concept, and Paul Rakowicz of Lowry Solutions will follow with a presentation on solutions to simplify traceability. These traceability solutions can be implemented in the warehouse, enabling Zebra’s 20-20 concept. Rakowicz will also discuss real-world applications of these warehouse solutions through several case studies.

Why Attend This Webinar:

  • Discover industry trends and requirements for improved visibility in your plants and warehouses.
  • Recognize the challenges of the modern warehouse in order to better understand what solutions are available.
  • Gain insight into the versatility of barcode, RFID, and wireless technologies to solve a wide variety of business challenges.
  • See the success that several companies are experiencing after implementing visibility solutions from Lowry Solutions and Zebra.

What You Will Learn:

The supply chain of the 21st century is becoming more complex, and as recalls across all industries become more common, this trend toward complexity isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Warehousing is no longer the simple concept it once was. From receiving and sortation, to picking and put-away, to shipping and delivery—the entire system is revolutionizing in order to accommodate customers’ wants and needs. To stay on top of customer demands and industry standards, plant and warehouse managers need to implement scalable visibility solutions that provide access to critical data at every point in the supply chain.

But not all warehouses are the same. In fact, hardly any are. There are significant differences across warehouse operations in the various segments of the supply chain. However, no matter where your plant or warehouse fits into the supply chain, visibility solutions exist to help you improve business outcomes across all fronts.

Zebra Technologies is recognized as one of the top manufacturers of Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) technology. Lowry Solutions is a leading systems integrator with extensive experience using AIDC technologies to solve unique business challenges—including improved warehouse visibility. Together, Zebra and Lowry are here to provide you with leading insight into the trends and solutions that are influencing the evolution of the modern warehouse.

Using Zebra’s innovative technology, you’ll be able to see how Lowry Solutions can implement plant and warehouse visibility solutions based on your company’s individual challenges. Using RFID, barcode, and wireless technology, Lowry will develop tailored solutions to help you:

  • Optimize storage and distribution network growth.
  • Decrease labor turnover and training time.
  • Reduce rate of returns.
  • Increase automation in inbound and outbound handling.
  • Link and integrate warehouse systems.

Change is accelerating—from business models and operational profiles to the tools and technologies available. In response, supply chains need greater visibility to assets, people, and materials to meet escalating customer service requirements and re-optimize to a constantly changing landscape. In this exciting webinar, you’ll learn what innovators are doing to leverage smart infrastructure, advanced sensing, analytics, and optimized end-user technology to provide revolutionary levels of visibility in the plant and warehouse.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to achieve constant visibility to supply chain assets, people, and materials
  • How analytics can supplement traditional material handling practices
  • How to optimize end-user experiences in the plant and warehouse

Special Offer:

Learn how Lowry Solutions can simplify traceability and ultimately provide the essential warehouse visibility you need. We invite you to a one-hour complimentary consulting engagement with our data collection and systems integration experts.

To take advantage of this offer, call (888) 881-2477 or email sales@lowrysolutions.com and mention offer code CONSULT2016.


Keywords: Asset Visibility Solutions, Advanced Technologies, Supply Chains

        ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

        Mike Maris, Director of Logistics Solutions, Zebra Technologies


        Mike Maris is recognized as one of the most astute leaders and trusted voices in today’s technology-driven transportation industry. As senior director of the transportation, distribution and logistics organization at Zebra Technologies, Mike enjoys a position as one of the global transportation industry’s most respected technologists and in-demand business consultants. His insights and strategies are currently helping forward-looking organizations of all sizes transform their businesses by deploying creative, sustainable new technology solutions that solve some of the thorniest issues faced by many of today’s most successful organizations.

        Mike is a frequent speaker at industry events and executive conferences across the globe. He is the author of numerous thought leadership articles in leading industry journals, and was recently named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive ‘Pros to Know.’ He holds a BS in management from Purdue University and an MS in administration from Central Michigan University.

        Paul Rakowicz, Vice President of Software Development, Lowry Solutions


        Paul Rakowicz is the Vice President of Software Development at Lowry Solutions. Since 2011, he has provided strategic direction for software used in asset, traceability, and production software for commercial and military/government applications. Paul is a Certified ITIL Foundation v.3 Professional with more than 30 years of experience in project management and software development in Software, IT, and Business & Operations Management. He has successfully implemented the Agile Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) management framework to ensure consistent project and software success in the areas of Mobility, Web-Enabled and Client/Server systems, and Legacy Mainframe systems.

        THIS PROGRAM IS INTENDED FOR

        This webinar is intended for individuals involved in Warehouse and Plant Operations, whose responsibilities include one or more of the following:

        • Asset Management
        • Inventory Management
        • Shipping and Receiving
        • Logistics, Supply Chain & Distribution Management
        • Sourcing & Procurement
        • Productivity Management
        • Quality Assurance
        • Regulatory Compliance
        OUR XTALKS PARTNER FOR THIS EVENT

        Lowry Solutions is a Global Systems Integrator of complete barcode and RFID technology solutions for diverse application requirements. As the industry leader for over four decades, Lowry has been implementing real-time asset visibility solutions that improve business outcomes. The company continues to evolve alongside its customers to provide the most complete and contemporary data collection solutions available. For more information visit www.lowrysolutions.com. Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

         

        With the unparalleled visibility Zebra (NASDAQ: ZBRA) provides, enterprises become as smart and connected as the world we live in. Real-time information—gleaned from visionary solutions including hardware, software and services—give organizations the competitive edge they need to simplify operations, know more about their businesses and customers, and empower their mobile workers to succeed in today’s data-centric world. For more information, visit www.zebra.com. Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

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