2020 and Beyond – Tomorrow’s World: Where is the Next Disruption Coming From?

Andrew Weyer, Vice President, Information Technology Australia, New Zealand, DHL Supply Chain

The biggest future revenue and profit impact of digitalisation is set to occur through the digitalisation of Supply Chains – McKinsey

Private life and business life have become increasingly characterised by an appreciation of and dependence on technology, making it a central part of daily interaction, decision making and competitive advantage. These changes are impacting our industry as well: digital innovation – from connected warehouses to new autonomous last-mile delivery services – is increasing the relevance and presence of logistics in everyday life making headlines and turning an age-old industry into an exciting place to drive change for the betterment of society – DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation.

During this keynote presentation, Andrew Weyer explored the latest DHL Trend Radar, and addressed:
– Social, Business and Technology Trends
– Sharing and Collaboration
– Developing and maintaining a competitive advantage.
– Encouraging staff to become entrepreneurs.
– Human Impact – Humans and Robots
– Growing security awareness.
– Securing more than just the edge.
– Humans – reducing human impact.

For more information about Media Corp International‘s CIO Leaders Summit Australia visit https://cioleadersaustralia.com/

ABOUT ANDREW WEYER

Andrew has 29 years experience in IT leading customer facing delivery teams across Africa, Middle East and, for the last 5 years, Australia and New Zealand. Andrew also facilitates the IT agenda for DHL Supply Chain’s LIfe Sciences and Healthcare customers across Asia Pacific. Originally a Banker, Andrew also has extensive experience across Consumer, Life Sciences and Healthcare and the Logistics Industries. Andrew currently leads a team of 75 Certified Supply Chain Specialists, ensuring the continued supply of DHL Customer Product and helping DHL Supply Chain be an essential part of everyday life

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