May 8 - May 9
rfxcel, a global provider of supply chain track and trace solutions, announces today that it will host its Xchange 2019 User Group Conference at the Grand Sierra Nevada Resort in Reno, Nevada, on May 8 and 9. Current and prospective customers and partners from the public and private sectors are invited to join rfxcel’s team to celebrate shared accomplishments, forge new connections, and ignite the future of supply chain technology.
Xchange 2019 is a unique opportunity for companies to learn how emerging technologies such as environmental monitoring, machine learning, SaaS, and blockchain can help their business. rfxcel will highlight its latest products, including rfxcel Traceability System 7.0, Environmental Monitoring 2.0, and a new mobile app solution for the food and beverage industry, using small group training sessions to demonstrate how these innovations can improve business operations in the food and beverage sector. Company executives and prominent industry figures will share their perspectives and insight, allowing attendees to provide direct feedback that will help the company to better serve its customers.
Sessions at the two-day event will cover industry best practices in quality and security, examine the impact of emerging technologies, and provide important industry updates, including about U.S. regulations. rfxcel will also facilitate discussions on how to learn from supply chain traceability in other industries, the latest global compliance and security trends, and the intersection of the public and private sectors.
Another important facet of the conference will be open discussion about what has changed in the food and beverage industry in 2018 and the new laws that are coming in 2019, which will help attendees prepare for compliance and track and trace regulations. The food and beverage industry is heavily regulated, which can make it complicated for businesses to keep up with compliance as they conduct their day-to-day operations. rfxcel specializes in developing technology that eases customers’ “pain points” and reduces the burden of manually managing compliance by keeping technology ahead of the curve.