Körber is set to welcome customers, prospects and partners at Körber Elevate EMEA on 26-27 September in Prague, Czech Republic. Attendees will explore cutting-edge technologies, gain insights from industry visionaries and participate in dynamic discussions. This forum will focus on the most pressing challenges in the supply chain industry.
“There is no better time to talk about the state of the industry and the challenges we need to address heads-on,” said Michael Brandl, EVP Operations Software EMEA at Körber Business Area Supply Chain. “According to the Körber 2023 State of Complexity Survey, 71 percent of supply chain professionals say that supply chain operations have become more complex in 2022, with only one in five able to stay ahead of their most pressing challenges. Labor challenges, integration issues and rising consumer expectations in terms of speed, cost or adaptability are proof that supply chain complexity is here to stay.”
More than 250 global supply chain experts are expected to attend Körber Elevate EMEA 2023. As part of the global Elevate thought leadership event series, the EMEA event will feature keynote speeches, break-out sessions, Ask the Expert areas and product demonstrations. Embedded into its technology vision, Körber – a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems – will showcase how its integrated platform enables organisations to do more with their data and simplify architectures to holistically optimise their operations. Attendees will learn about new advances in the rapidly evolving areas of technology integration, workforce engagement and gamification. Product updates are supported by customer stories covering the full range of Körber’s supply chain solutions – including warehouse management, warehouse control, transportation management, robotics, voice and simulation – with new solutions being introduced to the European market during the event.
“Körber Elevate EMEA is the supply chain event of the year, and we have a unique opportunity to unite the entire digital supply chain and empower our customers and partners to collaborate and transform their businesses with Körber,” said Sean Elliott, CTO Software at Körber Business Area Supply Chain. “This year, we’re unveiling a new era of product innovations that drive technology integration and supply chain collaboration.”
More than 4,500 customer sites worldwide are transforming their supply chains with Kӧrber. Key successes in Europe showcased at the event include:
• Sainsbury’s collaboration with Körber and iWMS to leverage Körber’s warehouse management and voice solution to positively impact their customers and employees
• Tchibo, one of Germany’s largest retailers, demonstrating how they are managing end-to-end omnichannel logistics with Körber’s WMS, WCS, TMS and DOM
• Sonepar dives deep into the benefits of a unified software landscape for holistic supply chain optimisation, maximum visibility and improved last-mile operations (WMS, TMS, POD)
Registration is open throughout September. Logistics Business will be attending.