AutoScheduler to Exhibit and Present at CSCMP Edge 2022
September 18-21, 2022
Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center
September 19, 2022
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Ryman Ballroom A
Smarter & Faster: Your WMS on Steroids With Decision Support
Many sites struggle to manage and plan labor while maximizing capacity and maintaining high fill rates. A WMS can’t operate all the critical activities by itself. WMS Decision Support systems help the WMS work smarter and faster by using AI and optimization to create the perfect operational plan for any site. We’ll cover real-world examples to show how these types of solutions can optimize your warehouse operations and help the WMS make better decisions with a few tweaks, minimal investment, and quick implementation time.
Attendees will learn:
- What a WMS is good at doing, and what is it not.
- How constraints and schedules complicate warehouse planning.
- Activities that are improved within the warehouse.
- What is the perfect operational plan.
Keith Moore – Chief Executive Officer, AutoScheduler.AI
Keith Moore is the Chief Executive Officer for AutoScheduler.AI and is focused on bringing the future of technology into warehousing. He works with top 10 Consumer Goods, Beverage, and Distribution companies to drive efficiency in distribution centers. Before launching AutoScheduler.AI, Keith worked in AI and was voted by Hart Energy Magazine as an Energy Innovator of the Year in 2020.
Ron Sweet – Customer Supply Chain Senior Manager, Kimberly-Clark
Ron has held a wide array of Supply Chain roles, including site manager for two large Distribution Centers, private fleet manager, and manager for production planning and deployment teams. He also led implementations of SAP Sales & Distribution, Demand Planning, Production Planning, and Deployment. Ron, Matt Littleton, and Tom Moore worked together leading the application design and implementation of the Supply Chain Innovation they’ll be presenting at the CSCMP EDGE conference this year. Ron originally hails from near Toronto, Canada, and now lives in Wisconsin, where he and his wife Nola care for their four grandchildren in their spare time.