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N. American Logistics CIO Forum
Austin TX, United States - 3rd and 4th November 2016
Conference / congress

The role of the logistics CIO is changing and success depends on their ability to innovate, strategize and collaborate to accelerate business growth.
The N. American Logistics CIO Forum  will equip you with the tools the CIO needs to influence business decisions and leverage innovative technology solutions.
To help guide you through, we?ve brought together some of the top CIOs in the industry who are succeeding in just this:
? Sally Miller, CIO - DHL Supply Chain
? Christopher McClincy, CIO ? Expeditors
? Vava Dimond, CIO ? Hub Group
? Anthony DeCanti, CIO ? UniGroup
? Jeff Jones, IT VP ? UPS
? Julian Mordaunt, CIO - syncreon
? Neil Hampshire, CIO - Moduslink
? Mark Ohlund, CIO - Armada
? Tom Madzy, CIO - Seko
? Kirk Serjeantson, CIO ? Dicom
? Robert Lattus, IT Director - Intel Corporation
? Wally Ibrahim, CTO, Project44
? Sid Nair, VP Product Manager ? Teletrac
You may qualify for a complimentary pass to the event.
Now in its 18th year, the Logistics CIO Forum is the industry go-to-hub for IT decision-makers in logistics to learn, network and innovate.

3rd and 4th November 2016

South Marriot Hotel

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