DUBLIN, Calif., May 21, 2019 — iTradeNetwork–the leading global provider of software for the food and beverage supply chain, is proud to deliver two keynote addresses on the simplicity of designing and implementing safer, smarter, more reliable food supply chains to industry audiences in June.
Guy Hopkins, Vice President of Product Development, will present “’Visionary to the Point of Lunacy’: Making the Complex Simple for Food & Beverage Blockchains” at the eft Supply Chain Summit in Atlanta on June 10-12and Blockchain Summit London on June 26-27. These two events bring strategists and executives together to discuss current challenges and opportunities in supply chain, and Guy will add valuable insights to the conversation by addressing how iTradeNetwork’s approach cuts through the fog surrounding blockchain for food, making it an actionable, insightful, transformational weapon today for companies ambitious enough to pave the way to a more trusted food system.
These two events are the latest in iTradeNetwork’s speaking series on creating safer, smarter, more reliable food and beverage supply chains – the most recent of which was iTrade’s presentation at the D3 Retail Supply Chain Summit in New York. There, Nathan Romney—iTrade’s Senior Vice President of Product Management and Sales Enablement, reinforced the ease with which blockchain can be implemented to solve real supply chain workflow challenges and unlock amazing insights.
To learn more about iTradeNetwork, upcoming trade shows and speaking events, as well as its most recent string of innovations–including iTrade Blockchain—visit www.itradenetwork.com
About iTradeNetwork, Inc.
iTradeNetwork, Inc. is the leading global provider of on-demand supply chain management and intelligence solutions to the retail, hospitality and foodservice industries. Built upon deep industry expertise, a rich data foundation and our industries’ most extensive trading partner network, ITN’s collaborative solutions allow distributors, manufacturers, operators, retailers, suppliers and wholesalers of all sizes to reduce cost, grow revenue and strengthen trading partner relationships. Today, ITN’s growing customer list includes over 5,000 global companies. For more information, visit: www.itradenetwork.com
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ITN: Cody Smith