Barcoding Inc.’s Executive Forum 7 Announces Lineup of Compelling Speakers
As the date for Barcoding Inc.’s latest Executive Forum approaches, more information has been released about its exciting lineup of speakers.
This year’s event, officially known as Executive Forum 7: Be Efficient – Accurate – Connected, will be held on Thursday, October 12 in Baltimore at the M&T Bank Stadium. Throughout the conference, more than 15 experts in mobile technology and supply chains will share their proven strategies, insight and best practices with guests.
The keynote address will be given by Keri Speciale-Corbin, DHL Supply Chain North America’s IT Infrastructure Service Management Director. Zebra Technologies’ Farris Habbaba will also be on hand; the firm’s Enterprise Mobile Computers Head of Engineering plans to talk about enterprise asset intelligence.
Honeywell’s Intelligrated Marketing Integration Leader Lyle Sprinkle will give a speech about augmented and virtual reality, while Cradlepoint Senior Product Manager David Rush will give businesses all the information they need about how 5G can impact them.
Experts from Barcoding, Inc. to Take the Stage
There will also be several speakers from Barcoding, Inc. Chief Technology Officer Martin Jack will be discussing moving to Android as support for Windows ends, and Product Manager of Identification Solutions Peter Zalinski plans to talk about meeting global standards in label automation and the supply chain.
If you’ve always wondered how to pull off a flawless implementation, you won’t want to miss the presentation by Barcoding Senior Systems Engineer Brian Harvey. RFID Director Tom O’Boyle will share his views on the role IoT can play in digitizing the supply chain. Vice President of Business Development Ken Currie will provide some great sights on telematics as a platform for transformation, while Six Sigma Black Belt Supply Chain Architect Chase Snowden will share ideas for making warehouses more productive and efficient.
The day-long conference will be a great place for professionals to learn how mobile technology in the enterprise can help them succeed. There will be plenty of networking opportunities, an RFID demonstration, executive briefings, and showcases of the latest mobile tablets, computers, software, and analytics.