With almost all post and parcel operators continuing to invest in digital technologies to drive costs down and improve efficiency, what is it that allows you to differentiate and remain competitive? We'll look at your yard and how a yard management system (YMS), powered by Agile Optimization, enhances your competitive strategy.
In this Logistics Tech Short, we're talking decision-making theory as it applies to yard management in post and parcel distribution facilities. Specifically, we’ll take a closer look at where a YMS adds value and what the difference is between a YMS and a YMS powered by Agile Optimization.
If you're like most operators, embracing technology, understanding it's full value, and leveraging it to drive competitiveness keeps you awake at night, not the daily operational tasks of running your hub. This webinar and handouts will help you understand why it's important to leverage technology to drive competitiveness.
Logistics Tech Shorts - a series of 20-minute webinars on optimization technology in the logistics industry. Designed to stimulate and challenge your thinking on how technology impacts logistics in the modern age, Logistic Tech Shorts deliver a blend of big picture thinking with practical ideas you can apply today.
01. Decision-making theory as it applies to post and parcel distribution centers.
02. What is a yard management system (YMS).
03. The big difference between a YMS and a YMS powered by Agile Optimization.
04. Moving beyond the yard, where a YMS delivers value to your organization.
05. How a YMS can drive competitive strategies further.
In addition to the handouts listed below, a recording of the event, the event slides, and a written summary of all questions/answers form the Q&A portion of the event will be made available after the event via email to registered participants.
Infopaper – decision-making theory in post and parcel centers.
Infopaper – moving beyond the yard, extending the value of your YMS.
Markus Sekula holds a Master of Science in Transport Management and Logistics from the University of Applied Sciences in Bremerhaven. He brings over 15 years of parcel industry knowledge from his time with both Hermes Group where he was responsible for technology and process planning within the Logistics Planning Division. During this period he was responsible for engineering the logistics network, including planning and building new hubs and depots.
He joined INFORM's Logistic Division in 2015 as the European Key Account Manager for post and parcel customers. Since 2016, his role has expanded to include sales responsibilities.
Registration and participation is free, but spaces are limited. Please register as soon as possible to secure your place in this Logistics Tech Short.
Date – April 25
Time – 16:00 (Berlin/Rome), 15:00 (London), 11:00 (Atlanta/New York), 9:00 (Los Angeles)