Gartner Predicts by 2017, Half of Employers will Require Employees to Supply Their Own Device for Work Purposes - ‘Enterprises Offering Only Corporate-Liable Programs Will Soon Be the Exception’
Enterprise mobility is making significant inroads in the business world, with about 90% of employees already using their own technology (in at least a limited capacity) at work.
The impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) is underestimated says experts in a recent interview at Fortunes recent Global Summit.
To consider the latest trends, the next APICS San Fernando Valley Professional Development Meeting (PDM) on November 12th features Gerry Poe, CEO and founder of Santa Clarita Consultants, as the guest speaker to present “Unlocking the Hidden Potential with Supply Chain Mobility".
Who can attend the Professional Development Meetings?
Everyone who is interested in professional growth and/or interested in learning about supply chain mobility. Register to attend the meeting, invite a friend or colleague. The event is open for anyone to attend.
About the Event:
"Unlocking the Hidden Potential with Supply Chain Mobility"
The APICS Inland Empire Professional Development Meeting (PDM) Webinar is geared to help you assess how mobility may work for your company. You will leave with information to help you decide for yourself what may be the best path to take when implementing your supply chain mobility.
Attendees will learn:
- Run your business from a portable device.
- How mobility needs are met.
- The rationale and benefits of a supply chain mobility platform
- Security concerns.
- Supply chain mobility apps available.
- "Bring-Your-Own-Device" (BYOD) – defined and optimized
Implementing Supply Chain Mobility is a stepping-stone towards a broader, more strategic mobility initiative as part of your successful BYOD deployment can be transformative for your business.
Event Details and Sign-up:
November 12, 2015
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Orange Bistro at CSUN
Enter on Zelzah, just north of Nordhoff
If you have questions, contact:
Toll Free: 800.742.4868
SUPPORT HOTLINE - 661 621 2604
The San Fernando Valley Chapter of APICS strives to be the largest, strongest chapter in the west, engaging individuals and organizations. APICS is recognized as the premier provider of research, education and certification programs focused on supply chain and operations management.
Gerry Poe has been a proud member of APICS since 1995.