Simply Shipped: e2log Showcasing New Tech at the Gartner Supply Chain Symposium
Prior to the pandemic, the global supply chain was of little interest to the general public at large. However, the disruptions caused by the global health crisis illustrated how critical the supply chain is to every aspect of our lives. And now, more than ever, it is vital for companies to have innovative solutions to their global logistics needs.
Adolph Colaco, Founder and CEO at e2log, John Donnelly III, Co-Founder and CRO at e2log, and Mark Scott, Co-Founder and CTO at e2log, sat down to discuss their upcoming appearance at the industry’s premier event, the Gartner Supply Chain Symposium in Orlando, Florida.
Running from June 6th-8th, 2022, supply chain executives and Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) come together to collaborate, share knowledge, and discover innovative solutions for the most pressing supply chain challenges.
“This conference brings together a plethora of really seasoned executives in the supply chain space we’re excited to meet with. We’re doing the roundtable session…and obviously having an exhibit booth there as well,” emphasized Donnelly.
CEO Colaco is also proud to announce e2log will be hosting a roundtable on June 8th at 11:15 am during the conference.
“We are actually going to introduce a brand new technology which addresses the challenges of global logistics in a very different form and very unconventional compared to what these traditional technologies have done,” remarked Colaco.
e2log uses a different approach to help organizations solve logistical problems on a global scale, “Getting on the platform is quick and easy and certainly exciting,” said Donnelly on their B2C product for global supply chains.
e2log combines traditional transportation management systems (TMS) with new advanced machine learning and IoT technology to solve product transportation problems in new ways while adding additional capabilities aimed at sustainability and growth.
One of the most exciting use cases for the platform is “carbon emission tracking” which uniquely positions e2log amongst its competitors because, as Scott put it, “We really connect the full transportation chain, every leg of it.”
Visit the e2log booth, # 508 in Orlando, Florida throughout the June 6-8th symposium