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Esri at POST EXPO 2017

Created by llitrico-esristaff Employee on Jul 27, 2017

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland

Starts at 12:00 AM ยท Ends on Sep 28, 2017 at 6:00 AM, PST (America/Los_Angeles)

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http://go.esri.com/post-expo

 

Visit Esri in booth #4086 and discuss how location intelligence transforms everyday operations, cuts costs, increases efficiency, and meets customers' needs. This is a unique opportunity for professionals from the world's postal, parcel and express businesses to learn how location intelligence can improve the delivery efficiency of parcel delivery.

 

Mark your calendar to attend the following Postal Innovation Platform (PIP) sessions:

 

Wednesday, September 27

PIP Panel: Location Solutions

16:00-17:30

 

Panelists:

Rodney Conger, Consultant - Professional Services, Esri
Liam Church, CEO, Escher Group
Markus Steinmann, routing specialist, Swiss Post

 

 

Thursday, September 28

PIP Workshop: Location Solutions

9:00-12:30

 

Everything in the postal and logistics sector is about location, whether it is the first mile, the last mile, the transport stretch in between, the sorting center, warehouse, the route and location of the vehicles, the parcels and letters, the post offices or the letter boxes, to only name a few examples. Therefore, it is obvious that posts need to master their location tools and solutions. They need to be efficient, have transparent logistics processes, be able to analyze and optimize their networks and provide their customers with required information.

 

Participants of this workshop on "location solutions" will:

  • Analyze state-of-the-art technology and solutions
  • Discuss cases presented by suppliers as well as postal and logistics companies
  • Identify how to optimally implement best practice
  • Find out what other industries are doing
  • Network with peers facing common challenges

Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland

Route Francois-Peyrot 30 Grand-Saconnex Switzerland