Michael Armanious will be presenting on October 8th and will be available during the conference for consultation and questions.
Current economic conditions are forcing businesses to explore new ways to maximize efficiency and cut costs. Technology can play a major role in increasing productivity, reducing errors and improving customer satisfaction. Today, many third party logistics providers that are involved in courier operations are adding warehouse management software and hardware such as handheld computers and barcode scanners to capture signatures and real time information about packages and inventory to facilitate tracking, scheduling and processing. The use of electronic data capture enhances the company’s ability to process packages much more efficiently with less time consuming, costly errors.
Datex has established long-standing partnerships with Zebra Technologies, Honeywell, AT&T, Microsoft and other industry leaders and has provided solutions for couriers across the United States. Hardware Solutions Consultant Kim Ganoe will be available for consultation during the three day event and can also be reached on LinkedIn.
About Michael Armanious
Mr. Armanious received an M.S. from the School of Industrial Engineering in International Logistics at Georgia Technical Institute as well as an M.B.A. in Information Systems and Business Development from the University of South Florida and has been recognized by the Council of Logistics Management, the Warehousing Education and Research Council and the Material Handling Institute for his achievements.
As President of Datex Corporation and a seasoned logistics expert, Mr.Armanious has been a speaker at logistics conferences, symposiums and events throughout North America. He brings his expertise in technology and logistics to analyze business operations and specifically tailor effective solutions to solve complex business challenges and create opportunities to increase potential revenue.