Solving Complex DC-to-Store Distribution Challenges
Thursday, April 12, 2018 | 2PM ET
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Thursday, April 12, 2018 2:00PM
Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, Peerless Media LLC.
Robert Oliver, Solution Architect, Quintiq
Not all solutions are made equal. That adage holds true when it comes to route optimization solutions. Rigid solutions are destined to fail. However, it is possible to improve efficiency without compromising customer satisfaction. The trick here is not measure your business according to KPIs, but to manage your business towards those indicators.
In this exclusive webinar Quintiq’s Robert Oliver takes an in-depth look into the complexities of food logistics, with a special emphasis on the distribution center-to-store routing challenge.
This session will showcase a powerful route optimization solution that can take into account constraints such as multi-compartment and multi-temperature vehicles, tight delivery windows, temperature integrity and more.View Archive!
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