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Machine Learning in E-Commerce Logistics: Drive greater efficiency and better customer experience
As the logistics industry continues to grow along with e-commerce, more radical growth can be found in another domain: data. Did you know 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are generated each day? 90% of the world’s data was generated in just the last two years. The power of data will reshape the logistics and e-commerce industry. We’ll talk about how logistics data can enable smarter decisions with full visibility across all touchpoints in your supply chain. We’ll share how Machine Learning can transform the customer experience, empower predictive planning and drive greater efficiencies. Find out how you can ride the growth of big data and make full use of these opportunities for e-commerce logistics.
Founder & CCO Parcel Perform
Dana is the Founder and Chief Commercial Officer of Parcel Perform, the leading carrier-independent parcel tracking SaaS platform with over 600 carriers globally. Before founding Parcel Perform, the German-born entrepreneur and e-commerce logistics enthusiast gained her industry knowledge while being in global strategy and regional business development roles for international logistics companies in Europe and Asia. Previously an enthusiast of the Berlin-startup scene, she is now based in Singapore and shuttles between Parcel Perform’s offices in Singapore, Berlin, and Vietnam. Dana is also part of the distinguished eFounder Fellowship program by Alibaba, a network of international entrepreneurs and business leaders passionate about driving digital transformation.
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