Will the Uber of everything be the end of the CIO in the logistics industry?

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ICT is the proverbial level playing field today, every company in the logistics industry now has access to the same standard software - does that eliminate the need for a CIO? During the eft Amsterdam Logistics CIO Forum in November 17-18 discussions will take place on turning data into value for supply chain and logistics and the future role of the CIO.

There’s an incredible group of people set to gather November 17-18th in Amsterdam to explore the future of the CIO in the logistics industry, and to deconstruct the role technology is playing in the logistics industry space.

One of the leading speakers has written a preview of one of the angles of discussion set to be covered at the event – the future of the logistics CIO in the face of cross-industry software, ground-breaking new business models and the wealth of data on hand. Dr. Walther Ploos Van Amstel, Associate Professor of Logistics at Vrije Universiteit, lecturer at Hogeschool van Amsterdam and expert for TNO Mobility and Slimstock Professionals has written an article on these topics, providing a sample of what he’s set to discuss in more detail at the upcoming Logistics CIO Forum – November 17-18.

Click here to read the article now: http://goo.gl/pQ92z4

The Logistics CIO Forum will be taking place in Amsterdam’s Park Plaza Hotel at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport November 17-18. Complimentary passes are available for senior technology decision-makers from logistics companies, and for the supply chain of manufacturers and retailers. Visit the event site for more details: http://goo.gl/YO3g8i

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