Infor sets sight on digital supply chain at Warehouse Tech Middle East
Infor, a global leader in business cloud software specialized by industry, has reaffirmed its participation at Warehouse Tech Middle East that is set to take place on September 9, 2019.
Serving as a gold sponsor for the conference, Infor will showcase the latest developments within its digital supply chain portfolio, along with its capabilities in warehouse management.
Infor will lead a session during the conference that will explore how digital disruption in the supply chain is revolutionizing the Middle East’s logistics segment.
Aptly titled Digital Supply Chain, Infor’s session will showcase how technologies, such as Internet-of-Things (IoT), dynamic enterprise management and global supply chain visibility solutions, can enable organizations within the region’s supply chain to remain competitive in an increasingly digital market.
Infor will also highlight the latest advances with its Infor Supply Chain Management cloud software. Designed from the ground-up with scalability and interconnectivity in mind, the company’s suite of supply chain management applications can aid organizations in automating and optimizing their operations, while also utilizing machine learning to make more informed decisions.
“Considering the logistics industry’s key role in driving economic growth in the Middle East, effective management of warehouses is vital. The advent of digitalization has pushed logistics organizations to adopt disrupting technology in order to remain competitive within the supply chain,” explained Jonathan Wood, general manager, Infor Middle East and Africa.
“Answering this challenge is our very own Infor Supply Chain Management cloud software. Comprising various intelligent supply chain applications, the suite provides the tools needed for organizations to better manage and automate their respective warehouse and logistics network, realizing benefits for both themselves and their customers.”
Exploring the latest innovations in warehouse technologies, which includes drones, IoT, AI & robotics, digital warehousing, and cloud computing, Warehouse Tech Middle East is expected to draw over 300 supply chain executives from across the region. The one-day conference will be held at the Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers.