CLEARWATER, FLA. (PRWEB) APRIL 30, 2018
Warehouse management software developer Datex recently opened registration for its 2019 User Conference. The Datex User Conference will be held February 4-7th, 2019 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in Lake Buena Vista Florida. The event is popular with Datex clients and includes interactive training workshops, a technology showcase and networking opportunities. Since its inception, the Datex User Conference has helped clients to leverage the power of the software and supply chain logistics technologies to become more competitive, efficient, productive and profitable.
The Datex User Conference will be held at the iconic Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Separate educational tracks will be provided for operations, IT and executives. Using hands-on small group learning sessions, Datex clients will be able to interact with the WMS software for more intensive training of features and functionality that can benefit their respective businesses. Sessions will include examples and case studies from client partners. Roundtable and panel discussions are also planned.
Datex experts will facilitate learning sessions on such topics as business intelligence and EDI, workflow, RFID and shipping management. Functionality of Datex FootPrint® WMS for e-commerce omnichannel fulfillment and logistics will be a major feature of the event. The event will showcase technology from industry leaders and enable attendees to examine such items as mobile computers, printers and other technologies used in the warehouse.
The opportunity for executive meetings and one-on-one session is an important part of the event. “This is an excellent opportunity for all partners to collaborate, solve challenges, innovate and explore new opportunities” explained Derek Armanious, Vice President of Client Services for Datex.
Datex clients will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with other attendees at numerous networking events including a casino night as well as a dinner and evening excursion to a Disney theme park.
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