Woodflow 2018 conference delegates this year now also have the opportunity of registering for two workshops the afternoon before the main conference runs, both in Melbourne (Tuesday 19 June) and in Rotorua (Monday 25 June). The workshops will run the afternoon before each of the two events. Both are free to the Woodflow 2018 conference delegates.
The first workshop, Cloud-based Operations Management is being run by John Trus, Vice President, Global Sales and Anthony Kruning, Account Manager for Remsoft, Canada. The first workshop in both Australia and New Zealand, runs between 1.30 and 2.30pm. Full details on the pre-conference workshops can be found on the event website. The second workshop planned on transport management will follow on from the first, from 3.00-5.00pm.
What’s it going to cover?
Spreadsheets still dominate daily forest operations planning. Learn how companies are transforming their operations by planning across the enterprise, working against real time data, and collaborating on a cloud platform.
Forestry companies need to capture, analyze and manage their supply chain operations on a daily and weekly basis. This complex process to maximize profit, generate efficient operations management and provide critical decision-making data is conducted on spreadsheets in most companies.
Learn how companies can now integrate a cloud-based operational planning and management system into their business. See how operations users can work efficiently in a streamlined environment; and how management can use business analytics to react quickly and drive timely business improvements. Remsoft will provide a vision for how a management and planning environment can make the leap forward into an integrated solution.
Full programme details and event information can now be found on the event website, www.woodflow.events.