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How logistics companies are using automation to scale

If we had to pick one of the biggest buzzwords in the industry right now, ‘automation’ would be it.

But you don’t have to overhaul your entire supply chain or install robots before you can see efficiency gains. Instead, small-scale improvements to your existing systems can reap enormous rewards.

Learn how leading logistics companies are cutting down on response time and scaling their operations by introducing automation into their digital workflow — from streamlining manual processes like contract signatures to using email analytics to predict demand.

Watch our hands-on session that shows you how to implement efficiency programs within your own organization (it’s easier and less cost intensive than you think!)

You'll learn to...

  • Identify the manual tasks that slow down your team — and the hidden cost of those inefficiencies.

  • Easily and quickly scale the impact of your team without hiring more people.

  • Improve turnaround time and reduce errors across the board.

  • Upgrade your workflows with small improvements that will have a big impact on your bottom line.

  • Introduce tools that can support your rapid growth and help you keep up with demand.

  • Specific, actionable examples from across the supply chain — from freight forwarders to shippers to truckers to 3PLs.

Speakers
  • Photo of Jenna Brown
    Jenna BrownCEO & Co-Founder @ Shipamax
  • Photo of Andersen Yu
    Andersen YuIndustry Research Manager at Front

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