Webcast dispels confusion about cloud-based software
Not quite sure what cloud-based computing is and whether it's suited to supply chain applications? Our webcast will answer your questions.
Curious about what cloud-based computing means for logistics? Are you unsure exactly what cloud computing is, and whether it's appropriate for supply chain applications? Frank Camean, founder of the 4Sight Supply Chain Group, explains it all to you in DC VELOCITY's webcast "Cloud WMS: Is it ready for prime time?"
In the presentation, originally broadcast Feb. 16 as part of our "Monthly Briefing" series of editorial webcasts, Camean discusses cloud computing in easy-to-grasp language that everyone can understand. He then goes on to describe the pros and cons of deploying a cloud-based warehouse management system (WMS).
During his presentation, Camean also addresses such issues as systems integration, security, and other concerns companies may have about cloud-based WMS. To view this webcast as well as others in our archive, go to www.dcvelocity.com/videocasts.
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