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Adjuno to Attend Tech.

September 3, 2018
Posted by Whitney Armstrong

Taking place from the 12th to the 13th of September, Tech. will be putting the most disruptive thinkers under the spotlight. Retailers, startups, investors, and analysts will all be joining forces to discuss how to not only survive the digital revolution but dominate it. Adjuno and group partner Allport Cargo Services (ACS), will be attending the event across the two days, leading a discussion about predictive analytics and debating how best retailers can break down the Brexit barriers.

On the 13th of September, Andy Hawkins, Product Director, Adjuno, is hosting a workshop that will provide insights into how retailers can bring new levels of intelligence to their supply chain. New buzzwords such as big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence are all around us, but is this technology really being utilised? Andy will explore what these technologies mean for the supply chain and how organisations can apply them effectively to help make faster, more informed decision.

The lack of clarity surrounding the implications of Brexit continues to frustrate organisations across the UK. The current perception is that companies have no option but to operate blindly for the next year or longer, and this is radically affecting decision making. On the 12th of September Ian Moran, Group Customs and Trade Solutions Manager, ACS, will be taking part in a panel discussion that will focus on how companies can take advantage of the supply chain opportunities Brexit will bring and ways to tackle the new demands.

Head over to https://techtickets.retail-week.com/ to buy your tickets and join us at Tech.

We look forward to seeing you there!



Whitney is a key member of the commercial team within Adjuno, based in the UK, she is responsible for assisting with the sales and marketing of its supply chain solutions. Whitney has a range of experience from working within compliance at a global healthcare company, to customer service for various companies in the retail industry.