Chemical Industry Data Exchange (CIDX) General Meeting

Date: October 31 - November 3, 2005
Venue: Westin Oaks Hotel, Houston, Texas, USA

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Infosys is a sponsor of the November CIDX General Meeting. Infosys is an active participant in three areas at the event:

RFID White Paper Presentation

Date: November 1, 2005

Representatives from Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, DuPont and Infosys have developed a White Paper, commissioned by CIDX, to address business and technology issues related to the introduction of RFID in the Chemical industry. The panel will present a summary of the finding and coordinate a workshop to address the future direction of key technology in the chemical industry.

RFID Business Case - Electronic Document Management

Date: November 1, 2005
Time: 11:45 – 12:50 p.m.

RFID has long been identified as an enabling technology for the next generation of Chemical industry requirements, but few projects are underway today. Infosys, as part of the vendor presentation, will speak on building a positive business case to justify the investments in RFID by highlighting Electronic Document Management.

RFID Business Case - Reusable Containers

Date: November 1, 2005
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Infosys will continue the discussion of positive business case development for RFID by focusing on reusable containers in the Chemical industry as part of the sponsor session. These containers represent significant expense, and RFID offers a platform to realize significant savings.



David Dragon: Dave has 20 years of chemical industry experience generating value in companies by improving business operations through growth and change management initiatives. Dave brings a deep cross functional industry experience in Sales & Marketing, Operations Management / Supply Chain, Finance and Consulting to develop targeted Business and Technology Solutions

Mark Morrison: Mark has over 15 years experience with in IT industry, currently leading the marketing, alliance and solutions development for Infosys' Chemical Industry practice. Mark works with Infosys' domain experts to develop business solutions for our Chemical clients, and has been an advocate for Infosys' efforts with CIDX

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