We are excited to participate in this great organization’s conference. We hope to meet more people in our field and showcase what SphereWMS brings to the industry.
Littleton, Colo. (PRWEB) April 12, 2015
SphereWMS will be attending the 2015 Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) Conference of the Association for Logistics Professionals in order to showcase its own innovation and to learn more about the latest in the industry.
The 38th annual conference, which takes place in Orlando, FL from May 3-6, will focus on the importance of understanding and implementing the latest trends and technologies in the logistics industry. With over 80 educational programs, peer-to-peer discussions, and several industry exhibits, professionals from all over the country will gather to share ideas. According to the conference’s theme, professionals will leave knowing that “it’s not just about connecting with the logistics industry, it’s about understanding it.”
This year, the conference will feature Jeremy Gutsche as its general session speaker. Gutsche is an innovation expert and founder of trendhunter.com, a website dedicated to emerging ideas across the globe. The Independent described it as “the world’s biggest online cool hunting magazine.” The website has over 156,000 members and 60 million monthly views.
The CEO of SphereWMS, Mike Mullane, said, “We are excited to participate in this great organization’s conference. We hope to meet more people in our field and showcase what SphereWMS brings to the industry.”
SphereWMS (http://www.SphereWMS.com) is a leading Warehouse Management System (WMS) for warehouse operators, offered by ASP Global Services. The SphereWMS warehouse management solution provides real-time visibility and powerful reporting tools to all stakeholders in the supply chain. Mobile access is critical in today’s untethered world and a key component of the SphereWMS solution. The system simplifies the management of complex order and inventory business processes, making it easy for logistics providers to manage multi-client and multi-site warehouses. SphereWMS will be up and running in days, not months. It is Software as a Service designed for the way logistics providers work.
WERC (http://www.werc.org) began as a grassroots effort in 1977, when a number of individuals from the distribution field came together in search of educational, research and networking opportunities in the field of warehousing. The idea of a warehousing organization originated with Bob Angel and Ken Ackerman, who have been referred to as the "fathers of WERC." On June 22, 1977, a group of 17 distribution professionals got together in Columbus, Ohio, to discuss the feasibility of organizing a new professional society for warehousing management. During a second planning meeting—held in Chicago, Ill., on August 24, 1977—WERC was born. The purposes of the organization were defined and the association’s name selected.