The Logistic business show was held the week of September 20th and was devoted to intralogistics, software, packaging, and its automation. Every year thousands of professionals attend this event and are looking for intralogistics solutions to help them navigate supply chain issues. It is an ideal place to network with potential and existing relations in an informal setting.
How do you move from here… to… there? As humans, we can get into or onto a vehicle and go; walking is always an option, before there ever were options like a horse. Animals also travel and more often than not, make their migrations round-trips. But you’ve been tasked by your company to move information from one place to another, specifically to achieve a goal or to complete or initiate a particular task.
The Logistics Business Show – which is being held online from 20th-24th September 2021 – features a strong line-up of expert speakers across its four days. Covering key areas of current interest in the logistics and supply chain across the globe, the 10 free-to-attend speaker sessions aim to enlighten and educate attendees of The Logistics Business Show between visits to the 70+ exhibitors so far signed-up to the virtual exhibition. First Line Software Vice President Vladimir Litoshenko will be participating in the roundtable discussion: "Software: Top 10 Buzzwords - What They Mean and How They Grow Your Business" on September 22, 2021 at 15.00 (UK Time).
Retail trends in omnichannel and personalization emerged in 2020, and due to our “new reality” they have evolved much faster than one might expect. The kind of progress in marketing that usually takes five or six years - was made in just five to six months. Obviously, these “trends” will remain relevant and will influence marketing strategy in 2022 and beyond. Let's take a closer look with First Line Software’s Head of retail practice, Alexander Zhukov at what’s changed and what it all means…
HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) has not stopped innovating and exploring the boundaries of technology in healthcare since its inception 60 years ago. To gauge how provider and payer executives and patients feel about where healthcare is headed and their role in the new normal post-pandemic world, HIMSS gathered insights from over 3,000 stakeholders at its annual conference in Las Vegas in August.