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How processes and technologies are driving you forward today?
Find out about key takeaways from the 3rd Swiss Logistics Forum on 5 November 2019 at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne.
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In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and address the urgency of climate change. Everyone can contribute to making sure the Global Goals are met. Anyone can change the world and IPG has joined the movement.

The "Industry 2025" initiative, supported by the industry associations asut, Swissmem and, is committed to the dissemination of the concepts of Industry 4.0 in Switzerland. 

The IPG - JAGGAER networking event held on 5. Nov 2019 at Zurich airport answered the question - How Processes and technologies are driving you forward today.

On the occasion of the 3rd Swiss Logistics Forum on 5 November 2019 at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne, specialists from industry and science discussed self-learning systems in logistics, new transport and storage solutions, the integration of new knowledge and technologies in companies and the development of skills of robot and employees under the motto "Logistics X.O - a system learns". The approximately 100 event participants were very satisfied with the diverse, practice-oriented lectures and suggestions and the networking opportunities.

The rise of the platform economy in the South East and Eastern Europe: What does the future hold?

Is the predictive supply chain a vision? Experts from business and science will report and discuss topics such as "Self-learning logistics systems (planning, control, autonomy), knowledge and technology management - integration of new knowledge/technologies and skills development of employees.

In order to successfully introduce Purchasing 4.0, the necessary investments in organizational and employee development must be made in a targeted and consistent manner. Find out more in our "Purchasing 4.0" guide. The findings are based on comprehensive studies and the results of our working group, on which representatives of science and practice have worked together.

Since 2011, global indirect spending has risen by about 7 percent annually. Nevertheless, companies are still not paying the attention they deserve to indirect purchasing categories. By contrast, leading purchasing organizations are increasingly adopting a radically new understanding of the contribution that indirect procurement can make.

How processes and technologies are driving you forward today.

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