Latitude User Conference Will Feature the Latest in Advanced WMS and Next Gen VMI

February 5, 2019 Rebecca Hagge

Taking place in the heart of downtown Nashville, this year’s conference
 for Latitude WMS users will definitely strike the right chord.

Bothell, Wash. – February 5, 2019 – PathGuide Technologies, a leading provider of warehouse management system (WMS) and shipping solutions for industrial and retail distributors, has unveiled details of the panels, presentations, keynote speakers and hands-on training sessions for its upcoming Latitude User Conference, which will be held April 28-30 at the Hilton Nashville (TN) Downtown.

The conference sessions are targeted, impactful and user-focused. All attendees, regardless of the level of user experience, can directly apply the knowledge and practical techniques they learn at the conference to their jobs back home.

“We offer a variety of formats, including hands-on learning in computer labs, demonstrations, user-led panels and one-on-one consulting sessions,” said Eric Allais, president and CEO of PathGuide. “Our customized training will help your team better understand new features, modules and techniques for streamlined warehouse operations with Latitude WMS.”

Designed for warehouse managers, corporate executives, warehouse workers and IT professionals, the conference also provides attendees with full access to PathGuide engineers and an opportunity to share feedback with the management team. For new users and those considering a Latitude WMS implementation in their warehouses, the event affords a chance to meet with others who have faced similar distribution and supply chain challenges.

PathGuide will unveil new game-changing products that are certain to generate a great deal of interest. In addition, participants can count on training sessions, presentations, panel discussions, and one-on-one consulting covering areas such as:

  • Extending your business with the new Vendor Managed Inventory
  • Managing cutable items
  • How to prepare branch rollouts for success
  • Managing to achieve the best results in the warehouse
  • Meeting the challenges of e-commerce fulfillment
  • Onboarding your new warehouse employees with Latitude WMS
  • Understanding advanced shipping notice capabilities
  • Eliminating packaging decisions with precartonization

At the opening keynote on Monday, April 29, success coach, motivational speaker and bestselling author Tama Kieves will share tips for thriving through uncertainty by learning how to respond to situations from a place of strength versus weakness. For the closing keynote on Tuesday, April 30, Dr. Scott Sheperd will demonstrate how to maintain greater job satisfaction without sacrificing your mental or physical well-being.

Early registration discounts are available prior to February 22, 2019. For additional information and to register, please visit the Latitude User Conference website.

About PathGuide Technologies

PathGuide Technologies, Inc., a privately held company founded in 1989, is a leading provider of warehouse management and shipping solutions for industrial and retail distributors across the United States, Canada and abroad. PathGuide’s software and services help suppliers increase productivity and order accuracy, improve customer service and lower labor costs, ultimately driving greater profitability. To learn how distributors of all sizes can benefit from improved warehouse management, visit www.pathguide.com.

Contact:
Rebecca Hagge
(425) 438-2899 x754
rhagge@pathguide.com
 

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