On Friday, February 16, 2018 from 7: 30am to NOON, at the Marshall Student Center (Ballroom A) on the University of South Florida Tampa Campus, current and future supply chain professionals are invited to a Technology Symposium that will feature experienced presenters on innovations and technology disruptors.
"We all can spend weeks and months digesting trade journals on these fast-changing topics, or invest in one morning to learn the latest, leading edge developments that will define the supply chain industry over the next five years," shares symposium coordinator and volunteer, Jack Mendell, Technical Advisor and Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt from Saddle Creek Logistics Services. "We have been able to gather a team of presenters for the benefit of students and active industry professionals."
The Technology Symposium will have two primary subject areas - Block chain: predictable realities of timelines and transformations, and Man Replaced by Machine: implications of automation. Speakers include professionals from Pennsylvania State University, Florida Polytechnic University, IBM, Adams Automation, Dematic and Saddle Creek Logistic Services.
Registration available online at: http://cscmp.org/store/events/registration.aspx?event=CFL180216
Admission to the symposium ranges based on membership to CSCMP- student members: free, Young Professionals: $25, member: $35, non-member: $50. Continental breakfast is included with admission. Marshall Student Center is located at 4103 Cedar Circle, on the USF Tampa Campus, Tampa, Florida 33620.
For more information, contact symposium coordinator, Jack Mendell, PMP, ITIL V3 at 863-668-4422, email@example.com or John Gierlach, Manager, Trans Solutions, 863-668-4324, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals: CSCMP is the leading global association for supply chain management professionals. For over 50 years, they have been the trusted source for providing access to essential tools and education that members need to enhance careers. With unparalleled networking opportunities, online and on-site professional education, and cutting-edge research, CSCMP is dedicated to members and their companies. CSCMP members represent a wide range of supply chain management careers including consulting, demand planning, finance, logistics and transportation, manufacturing operations, purchasing and procurement, real estate, sales and marketing, technology, third party logistics services, and warehousing. For more information visit http://cscmp.org/
About the Central Florida Roundtable: The CSCMP Central Florida Roundtable is wholly volunteer driven and focused on providing an opportunity for sharing supply chain best practices, professional development and personal networking in the Central Florida area, ranging from greater Sarasota on the west coast, thru Tampa, Lakeland and Orlando, to Melbourne, Cocoa and Daytona Beach on the east coast. For more information visit www.cscmpcfl.org.