Earn 5 CMUsThe Road to Digital Transformation
Presented by Brian Vezza, Strategic Advisor, Dematic

Air Date: August 11, 2021

CMUs: Certified CITT members earn 5 CMUs for their first viewing of this webinar (live or recorded). 

In this state of disaster recovery, we are all looking to automated technology to support the infrastructure of our supply chains. Digitizing our warehousing and distribution operations with initiatives that include Industrial IoT data analytics, virtual reality simulation, and emerging networks such as 5G and others are all possibilities, but how do we invest with so little visibility into what tomorrow’s disaster will be? 

Digital transformation is a journey. In this session, Brian Vezza, Strategic Advisor at Dematic, will share how you can make smarter, faster and more dynamic decisions by digitizing for your immediate needs while enabling longer-term success. There is a clear path to building your foundational capabilities with digital solutions, leading you to reduce unplanned downtime while increasing efficiency, utilization, throughput, and profitability.


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About the facilitator:

Brian Vezza, Strategic Advisor, Dematic

Brian Vezza is a Strategic Advisor in the Digital Transformation Services team within Dematic.  He is based near Dallas, TX and has worked in advanced technology for over 25 years.  Prior to joining Dematic, Brian has led complex digital incubation efforts at three previous companies: Nortel, Intel, and Genpact.  He is a strategist and has deep knowledge of business and market trends across much of the digital space including: Internet of Things, analytics, software, hardware, networks, intelligent systems, and services across many vertical markets.  Brian has a B.S. in Physics from the University of California, San Diego and has 14 patents related to digital solutions.