Omni-Channel Looks to be a Big Topic at the MODEX Supply Chain Conference

In looking at the show floor seminar offerings for the upcoming MODEX expo in Atlanta, it looks like Omni-Channel will be a big topic this year as retailers struggle to determine how to design integrated technology systems that support a range of physical, online and mobile sales channels.

Leaders in logistics, IT, marketing and sales must collaborate to analyze data about customers and use that information to tailor technology solutions that suit the company’s customers and make these systems work. The sessions below offered at MODEX should help in that effort.

Best Omni-Channel Practices & Trends

The New Era of Omnichannel Distribution: Ecommerce, Retail and Wholesale Together Again in the DC

Distribution Management in an Omni-Channel World

Reading the Tea Leaves: How Big Data Modeling can Prepare Your Facility to Handle Omni-Channel Fulfillment

Omni-Channel Fulfillment in a Changing Retail World

The Omni-Channel Challenge – Technologies to Leverage Inventory for On-Time Accurate Order Fulfillment

Plugging the Holes in Your Extended Supply Chain

The Impact of the Customer Driven Omni-Channel Retail Experience on Order Fulfillment Operations – What Happens on the Frontend, Affects the Backend

Answering the Multi-Channel Shipping Paradox: How to Handle Cartons and Bags

MODEX 2014 (March 17-20 in Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center) is the industry’s newest expo for the manufacturing and supply chain industries. MODEX will showcase 800 of the leading providers and allow you to their see their solutions in person, in action.

You can also learn the latest trends and technologies from leading experts at the MODEX Supply Chain Conference that includes over 100 sessions including keynotes from Edward H. Bastian, President of Delta Air Lines; former Walmart CEO Lee Scott; and Scott Sopher, principal with Deloitte Consulting.

Register today for free admission.