IT & Logistics incorporating Softworld Supply Chain

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VNU Exhibitions Europe has announced the launch of IT & Logistics incorporating Softworld Supply Chain, which takes place from 28 29 March 2007 at the Pavilion, NEC, Birmingham.

Following the success of the 14th annual Softworld Supply Chain event last month and extensive research amongst our visitors and partners, VNU Exhibitions identified the need for a UK event which will provide both software and IT hardware solutions comments Ashley Roberts, Event Manager, Softworld Supply Chain. Automating an entire logistical process requires much more than software solutions and stretches beyond the boundary of an organisations supply chain. It is the flawless interaction between software, IT hardware and the human element that streamlines this process. Building on Softworlds leading position as the UKs most comprehensive Software showcase, the new format will also provide an overview of the latest technology and best practice in fields like RFID, auto-ID, data capture, tracking and tracing.

The event will feature around 60 exhibitors, as well as an education programme covering issues such as: demand and production planning; e-procurement and e-fulfilment; RFID; building a business case; and issues of data exchange from leading independent experts.

Products and services on show include:

Warehouse management systems
RFID
Automatic ID systems
Supply chain management
ERP
Transport management systems
Planning systems
Business services
Systems integrators
Workflow / document management
Business intelligence
e-Procurement / e-Commerce / e-Fulfilment
Product lifecycle management
Enterprise application integration
Manufacturing execution systems 
 

VNU Exhibitions currently runs IT and Logistics in The Netherlands, showcasing the latest in logistics automation products and services. This will be the first time that the event is staged to a UK audience. 

For more information, please visit: www.itandlogistics.com

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