Barcoding, Inc., has announced the agenda for its third annual Executive Forum: Accelerating the Supply Chain with Barcoding and RFID. The one-day conference will connect industry leaders to share best practices, proven strategies and lessons learned in improving supply chain efficiencies with mobile technologies. Featuring keynote speaker, Kevin Neville, director of technology and enterprise architect for United Rentals, Inc.; live demonstrations of new products; and exclusive executive briefings, the 2013 Executive Forum will be held Thursday, Sept. 12, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at the Pier 5 Hotel in Baltimore.
As the keynote, Neville will discuss best-of-breed approaches to delivering operational excellence in the supply chain. Other speakers include executives from Motorola Solutions, Descartes, Zebra, Apacheta Corporation, TrackAbout, Cumulus Consulting Group, Savant WMS Software, IntelliTrack, SOTI, Inc., and Barcoding, who will participate in a range of lively panel discussions, practical sessions and case study presentations covering topics from traceability and warehouse management systems to asset management and inventory control.
During lunch, Barcoding partner, Impinj, will demonstrate its new Speedway xArray™ Reader System – the first RFID system designed for autonomous wide-area monitoring applications while maintaining backwards compatibility with portal applications. The Speedway xArray™ has numerous applications, such as inventory accuracy and visibility, retail loss prevention, asset tracking and traffic flow. Conference attendees can also see the latest mobile tablets, computers and printers from Motorola Solutions and Zebra Technologies at the "Solutions Showcase" throughout the day.
Shane Snyder, president, Barcoding, Inc., said, "Our Executive Forum has grown into an annual event designed to equip today's leaders in the supply chain, retail, healthcare, transportation, and warehouse spaces with knowledge – directly from their peers – on how the latest mobile technologies can position their enterprises for success. With the support of our partners and customers, we are excited to offer another cutting-edge conference again this year."
Tickets to Barcoding's Executive forum are US$350, but register before Aug. 8, and Barcoding will cover the cost. For registration and additional information, including the full agenda, visit: http://bit.ly/BCIforum