September 16, 2016

GE Transportation will play a starring role at the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals 2016 Annual Conference.

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GE Transportation will be playing a starring role at the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals 2016 Annual Conference, September 25-28 in Kissimmee, Florida.  

Seth Bodnar, Chief Digital Officer of GE Transportation, will be speaking to the General Session on Tuesday, September 27.  In his presentation, “Digital Industrial and Winning in an Asymmetrical World,” Seth will share insights on GE’s digital industrial journey and lessons learned from his experience as a U.S. Army Special Forces Officer.

Jennifer Schopfer, Executive General Manager – Performance Analytics, and Kirk Knauff, Executive General Manager – Optimization Solutions, will lead a dynamic panel discussion on Wednesday, September 28, about data and analytics with thought leaders spanning the supply chain:

  • Gary Godfrey, Principal – Advisory Services, Ernst & Young
  • Lester Hightower, VP & CIO, Florida East Coast Railway
  • Don Loftis, Principal Software Engineer, Olin Corp
  • Michael Miller, Chief Commercial Officer, Genesee & Wyoming

GE Transportation will also be at booth #715 at the Supply Chain Exchange Exhibit.  Our booth will feature Data and Analytics Solutions as well as ShipperConnect Software.  ShipperConnect software helps industrial rail shippers automate rail operations, obtain shipment visibility and manage transportation assets and inventory. 

The rail industry is moving to integrated offerings that leverage data and analytics to optimize operations and networks and improve asset performance. This digital industrial revolution will drive unprecedented change in the way railroads perform and will enable the unlocking of new business value. Whether you’re in rail, another area of transportation, or another area of supply chain altogether, the lessons you’ll learn about data, analytics, and digitization will help you streamline your business.

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