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APICS Southeast District Webinar Series

Augmented Reality in Supply Chain

Featuring Charu Thomas & Sarthak Srinivas Executive Board Members, Oculogx
Moderated by Scott W. Luton, CSCP, LSSGB APICS Southeast District Staff

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 12 noon to 1 pm EDT

FREE to register: at http://ow.ly/Dc7M30aE3Xc

We’ve all heard the word Augmented Reality. But what does it mean and how can we leverage it in supply chain? During this interactive webinar, we will focus on supply chain problems such as: order picking, bin packing, and material handling. We will talk about the technical details of deploying Augmented Reality applications from game design, hardware and software. We will also talk about the common practices and mistakes that occur with Augmented Reality projects.

About the presenters:

Charu Thomas is an Automated Transportation Systems Researcher at the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines at Georgia Tech. Her research in modelling ‘Smart City’ Logistic Networks has been presented as the keynote at the 8th International Scientific Symposium on Logistics and other international forums. She is currently pursuing a B.S. in Industrial & Systems Engineering from the #1 ranked program in the USA at Georgia Tech.
Sarthak Srinivas is an Augmented Reality and Wearable Computing Researcher under Dr. Blair McIntyre and Dr. Thad Starner (inventor of Google Glass). He is one of the lead student developers of the world’s first Augmented Reality web browser, Argon. In addition, his work has been featured on CNN, Engadget, PBS, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. He is a finalist for competitions like the InVenture Prize and the Microsoft Imagine Cup. He is a third year at Georgia Tech studying Computer Science.

APICS Chapter- CLTD Launch party and PDM Logistics speaker

Mellow Mushroom

1009 Gervais Street, Columbia, SC 29201

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Enjoy this dual event of the MidCarolina Chapter! David McCullough of Expeditors International will speak of the business of Expediting, and Lennie Mize, our CLTD instructor, will speak on the CLTD class and learning system and answer any questions regarding our upcoming class.

The chapter will provide food from the Mellow Mushroom, and non-alcoholic drinks. BYOB if you would like. We will be in the 2nd floor group room.

Please RSVP and come early for a meet and greet (6:00-6:30 pm) if you can.

DATE AND TIME

Wed, March 22, 2017

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

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LOCATION

Mellow Mushroom

1009 Gervais Street

Columbia, SC 29201

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March Webinar

“The Warehouse of the (Near) Future”

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 12 noon to 1 pm EDT FREE

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Featuring Colton Griffin CEO, WMSight moderated by Scott W. Luton, CSCP, LSSGB APICS Southeast District Staff

You’ve heard the buzzwords: Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Augmented Reality. What does all this mean for your supply chain? Oxford University researchers recently estimated that 47% of U.S. jobs could be automated in the next two decades. Could these technologies be a driving force behind this huge potential change? Join our next APICS Southeast District Webinar Series event where we’ll feature Colton Griffin, CEO of WMSight, providing an executive overview of “what’s next” in the logistics space for distribution centers from a technology perspective. Join us!

About the presenter: Colton Griffin, CEO of WMSight, LLC (www.wmsight.com) is an expert in supply chain business intelligence and data analytics. He has implemented business intelligence solutions for distribution centers ranging from 65,000 sq. ft. to well over 1,000,000 sq. ft. and founded WMSight, a SaaS analytics platform built specifically for distribution center operations. WMSight’s professional consulting practice specializes in reporting and data analytics for supply chain applications. Griffin started his career at Manhattan Associates, and from there he went to Genuine Parts Company to implement and manage a reporting platform for multiple subsidiary distribution

January Webinar

3 Ways to Improve Your Communication

January 25, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Ms. Pam Scott Founder, MentorLoft.com

FREE to register:

Visit www.apicssoutheast.org OR direct registration at http://ow.ly/fQ4v3075BXZ

Poor communication can gum up your supply chain’s performance in a second, eating up time and resources – – and creating new fires for your team to put out. Communications expert Pam Scott will help you streamline your communications, by offering practical, proven methods for improving your communication skills. The outcome: Customers and employees alike will praise you as the go-to source in your field.

November Webinar

“5 Steps to Maximize Your ERP While Managing to Keep Your Hair”

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016 12 noon to 1 pm EDT FREE to register: http://ow.ly/XSwy304FqWf

Mr. Mike Roman, CPIM Past President, APICS Atlanta moderated by Scott W. Luton, APICS Southeast District Staff

There are a number of “5 Steps”, “5 Activities”, “5 Processes” webinars that explain how to do something properly. They teach – – which is a good thing! One shortcoming though is that these sessions generally do not address the human side of the issues associated with the activities that teach. This presentation is something completely different. Our webinar will identify Five Steps to Maximizing your ERP ROI While Managing to Keep Your Hair.
Our session addresses the top five common concerns that Mike Roman has identified in his 30+ years of experience in assisting organizations in their ERP projects. With more than 60 successful ERP Implementations and ERP ROI Improvement efforts – – you will want to see, hear, and get involved in this interactive experience. After the presentation, there will be a question and answer opportunity. You will want to ask questions to illuminate the obstacles that may impede your organization from gaining a competitive marketplace advantage. Such an advantage is available when a smoothly functioning ERP System uses KPIs for Keeping People Involved?.

October Webinar

October 27, 2016  12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

APICS Southeast District Webinar Series presents

“Best Practices for Maintaining Your APICS Certification”

featuring Mr. Chris Barnes, CFPIM, CSCP, LSSYB President, APICS Atlanta moderated by Scott W. Luton, APICS Southeast District Staff

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In early 2016 the APICS Atlanta Board realized, through happenstance, many members were unaware of the requirement to maintain certification every 5 years. As we further investigated this finding, we learned many people, although generally aware of the maintenance requirement, were unfamiliar with the basic guidelines for maintaining certification, and more importantly were not familiar with ways/sources to acquire maintenance points.
This webinar serves to outline the basic APICS certification maintenance requirements and uncover maintenance point sources in an effort to help you preserve the currency of your hard-earned APICS certification credentials.

About the presenter: Chris Barnes is a supply chain thought leader with HighJump, President of APICS Atlanta and founder of Lean Atlanta Consortium. He has over 20 years experience developing and managing multiple client, engineering consulting, strategic planning and operational improvement projects in warehousing, distribution and manufacturing environments. Barnes holds a B.S., Industrial Engineering and Economics Minor, from Bradley University, and an MBA in Industrial Psychology with Honors from the University of West Florida. He is a certified APICS instructor and holds CFPIM and CSCP designations. He served on the international Board of Trustees for the Institute of Industrial Engineers and is Past President of WERC Atlanta. He presented to and/or trained over 1500 people and authored the book “WMS: Phase 1: Assessment & Selection” a WERC Publication: www.werc.org/publications/publication.aspx?PublicationId=52

November PDM – China’s Global Impact

APICS – PDM – CHINA’S GLOBAL IMPACT LECTURE BY J. NOBLE PHD UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME

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Wednesday, November 18, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

China’s economy has accounted for 40% of the world’s economic growth during the last two centuries. This lecture focuses on the ways in which the world’s second largest economy is impacting the owrld in different ways, including business, international relations, culture, and higher education.
Pizza and networking will occur 6:30-7:00 with the lecture to follow.
We are meeting in the Sonoco Pavilian. Enter the plaza, and it is right in front of you.

Darla Moore School of Business
1014 Greene Street
Sonoco Pavilian
Columbia, SC 29208