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FourKites is launching three programs aimed at connecting logistics leaders to improve processes, the supply chain visibility platform announced Sept. 1.
Leaders will be able to share best practices, innovative technology ideas and peer-to-peer networking. The aim is to help companies improve their supply chain performance and accelerate value with real-time visibility technology.
“Our innovation programs empower our users to take full advantage of FourKites’ powerful platform across the enterprise,” CEO Mathew Elenjickal said in a statement. “I look forward to welcoming this incredibly creative and collaborative community to our [Visibility 2022] conference in Chicago [on Sept. 29], where we will continue to work together to define the future of digital supply chains.”
FourKites said the community-focused programs are free to customers and carriers and emphasize collaboration, learning and innovatio n. The Show Me How sessions, for example, include live demos and best practices from product experts and customers. FourKites Academy offers training and tools on a variety of topics.
“The Show Me How sessions are a great opportunity to maximize our value with the FourKites platform,” said Lauren LaMere, logistics analyst for the global supply chain at Ecolab. “I get to learn from and share feedback directly with the FourKites product team and other users. These sessions give us the tools to quickly scale FourKites within our organization and drive results faster than ever.” — Transport Topics
Excited to announce three new updates to the FourKites #Community!— FourKites (@FourKites) September 1, 2022
These new programs are designed to enable greater #scalability, accelerate #timetovalue and improve performance. Read all about it below:https://t.co/MLWyAD5a53
FourKites also recently announced new user interface features aimed at end-to-end supply chain visibility across all modes, appointment scheduling and warehouse yard management, all from one platform.
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