Presentations | Panel Discussion
The 3PL Summit 2005 presents a chance to gain valuable customer feedback on technology implementation and successes, besides an opportunity to benchmark your services and operations against the industry's top organization. It also provides a platform for networking with over 300 senior executives from the 3PL space.
Infosys' Transport and Services Business Unit provides business solutions to the industry's leading firms, enabling them to become more competitive and customer-centric. In the 3PL arena, Infosys is partnering with major providers to attain optimum productivity by applying mastered processes such as RFID, reengineering and system integrations.
"Joint Case study presentation on Freight security"
3.00 pm, June 28, 2005
The session will discuss security and customs initiatives and current initiatives underway in the U.S. and overseas. The agenda includes cover security vs. supply chain initiatives and will cover the role that ISO plays in security and supportive technologies.
Director Technology Solutions & Strategy, APL
George Cavage focuses on supply chain management and related technology. As Director - Strategy and Technology, he sets technology direction and aligns IT with strategic business objectives. With over 15 years of experience at APL, George focuses on the strategic use of technology to streamline APL's functional requirements and customers' information needs.
Senior Engagement Leader, Infosys Consulting, Inc.
Sharad Elhence leads the Product Operations practice at Infosys Consulting, Inc. He helps senior executives across industries in strategy, process and technology issues related to improving end-to-end supply chain performance. He has over 16 years of consulting and leadership experience ranging from industry startups to market leaders.
"Tag or Lag: The RFID Dilemma"
4.30 pm, June 28, 2005
Shashi Shekhar Vempati
RFID Solution Leader, Transportation Services,
Infosys Technologies Limited
Shashi Shekhar Vempati leads the RFID Solution Strategy and Development at Infosys. As an RFID Thought Leader, he has conducted several workshops on RFID Value Assessment and an Executive RFID Summit for North American Railroads. He has presented papers at various technology conferences including UCLA WINMEC 2004, the Enterprise Wireless Forum Boston, The Catalyst - Burton Group San Francisco, and the Utility Forum's MobileExpo. Shashi has also authored articles on Logical Reference models for RFID application and RFID Architecture.
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