Attendees Learn How Digitalization is Transforming Manufacturing
Viastore intralogistics held their annual SOFTWARE TAG event on January 22nd in Stuttgart, Germany. The conference theme was Digitization: From Hype to Practical Application which presenters integrated into their session talks.
The agenda included programming designed to inform attendees about how to run a “smart factory”. Optimizing their workflows and processes by using the right technology solutions is key to:
- Reducing logistics costs permanently
- Increasing delivery capacity and customer satisfaction
- Ensuring optimal networking of logistics and production
- Producing small lot sizes economically
- Reducing inventory and current stocks
During the opening keynote, Dr. Johannes Hinckeldeyn from the Institute for Technical Logistics, TU Hamburg, shared insights about how companies can transform their operations by embracing digitalization.
Viastore introduced the future of their technology solutions, including next generation visualization, apps and more. Customers shared their success stories, best practices for getting the most out of viastore technologies, and specific experiences such as rolling out the solution to global locations.
The day ended with an exclusive construction site tour of Stuttgart 21, which is a railway and urban development project in Stuttgart, Germany.
Digitalization in Manufacturing is Key
First Line Software’s SVP Vladimir Litoshenko attended the event and met with attendees that included business, logistics and IT managers as well as other decision-makers in industrial and commercial companies.
Vladimir had this to say about the event: “Digitalization in manufacturing is key to driving innovation and achieving significant market share. The attendees I spoke with are excited about the future and how technological innovations will help propel their businesses forward.”
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