Hollister joins panel of experts to discuss the past, present and future of supply chain technology.
GRAPEVINE, Texas, Nov. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — SwanLeap, a leading end-to-end transportation technology provider for logistics managers and supply chain decision-makers, today announced it will attend the MarketWaves18 conference hosted by data and content forum, FreightWaves, where SwanLeap CEO Brad Hollister will participate in a Waves Talk panel exploring the impact of technology on freight markets.
The conference—which focuses on the transportation, logistics and freight markets—provides insight into the increasingly digitized and technology-dependent supply chain industry, and will feature technologies and services that use quantitative data to project and monitor the freight markets.
“SwanLeap’s next generation technology is actively transforming how supply chain and logistics managers approach archaic transportation management practices,” Hollister said. “I’m eager to connect with other supply chain leaders during MarketWaves and to explore the impact of technology like artificial intelligence and other market forces modernizing the freight landscape.”
Hollister will join Eric Rempel from Redwood Logistics, Shoaib Makani from KeepTruckin’ and David Dolan from DCS Advisory at 1:55 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13 for the Waves Talk panel, presented by Spireon.
SwanLeap—the No. 1 fastest-growing company on the 2018 Inc. 5000—provides supply chain managers, decision-makers and entire companies with comprehensive, actionable insights into supply chain logistics and costs by generating impactful savings through an artificial intelligence-based recommendation engine, automation, data analysis, consulting and a next-generation transportation management system. Headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, SwanLeap brings unprecedented clarity and control to a fragmented shipping market through a proprietary machine learning platform that curates cost-effective and personalized supply chain recommendations in real time across all transportation modes to improve connections between sender, receiver and carrier. To learn more about SwanLeap, visit www.swanleap.com.
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