Free Event, Sponsored by Honeywell
Mobile Technology is everywhere. The pace of its advancement feels exponential. In some ways, it seems foreign, even intimidating.
But on June 26, three experts will de-mystify mobile tech for us. In plain English, we’ll learn the key elements to building a successful mobile tech strategy, where mobile technology can be used to our business advantage, and the personal experiences of what one company went through when deploying a mobile tech solution.
Introducing . . .
Mobile Tech Essentials Explained
Join us on June 26 at 5:00 pm for an evening of
mobile technology and arena football!
No worries! We’re not playing. We’ll be cheering for the Philadelphia Soul AFTER we learn what it takes to successfully build and implement a mobile technology solution.
Our evening begins at 5:00 pm with food, drink, and networking.
At 5:30 pm, we’ll have 3 insight-packed primers on what business leaders need to understand about mobile technology . . .
Topic 1: Using Mobile Tech to Improve Business Performance
- Building the foundation for mobility in your organization
- Differentiating between short-term gains and long-term value
- Deciding where it makes sense to use a mobile solution
- Effectively deploying mobile solutions
- Maximizing user adoption through education
- Ensuring long-term success for mobility projects
Presenter: David Gulian, CEO, Futura Mobility
Topic 2: 5 Years Forward: How Mobile Tech Will Evolve and Serve
- Mobile technology trends and forces changing the way we do business
- Strategies that have helped companies be more efficient – whether moving assets, working in the field, or improving customer experience
- Capturing data with mobility; understanding how that info relates to business transactions
- Proven mobile solutions that drive workflow and operational efficiencies
- Leveraging mobility to create a competitive advantage
Presenter: Bruce Stubbs, Director of Industry Marketing, Honeywell Scanning and Mobility
Topic 3: AmerisourceBergen Case Study: Putting Mobile Tech to Work
- Why we built a Mobility Center of Excellence first
- What building that Center taught us about mobile solutions
- Mobile technology “Best Practices” we’ve discovered
- An example of “Putting it into Action” and how it worked out
Presenter: Mike Baca, Director, Mobility Center of Excellence, AmerisourceBergen Corporation.
At around 6:30 PM, we'll take some pictures with Philadelphia's favorite son, Ron Jaworski. Yes, "Jaws" will be there, ready to chat with us and take selfies with us! (He's a majority-owner of the Soul.)
After that, we'll walk over to the field. And I mean the FIELD, not our seats. We'll be on the field for photographs in front of the GPSEG banner draped on the fence.
Once we’ve wrapped that up, we head to our seats in a PRIVATE CLUB BOX and enjoy the game! If you’ve never experienced arena football, you’re in for a treat. The field is smaller and the action is faster and more frenetic. Scores are higher and you’re never “waiting for something to happen.”
And because this is a free event, sponsored by Honeywell – the cost for GPSEG members to attend, including the football game, is zero! It’s all covered. Just come on out and learn, network, and cheer!
All you need to do is register. About a week before the event, we’ll email you the specifics on parking and the right entrance to use at the Wells Fargo Center to easily find the Lexus Room where we’ll begin our evening.
Mike Baca, Director of Mobility Center of Excellence, AmerisourceBergen Corporation.
Mike Baca is the founder and Director of the Mobility Center of Excellence at AmerisourceBergen Corp, a Fortune 30 healthcare services company. The mission of the MCOE is to leverage the power and potential of mobility in support of business goals. Mike also serves as program coordinator for the Bachelor of Information Systems degree program at the Wescoe School of Muhlenberg College where he teaches classes covering foundational and strategic information systems. Throughout his career, Mike has sought to bridge the gap between people and technology in various roles such as consultant, developer, implementer, technologist and educator. He has done so in a variety of settings from small technology firms to traditional corporate IT domains and has found that with every wonderful new innovation, it remains imperative to think of technology as nothing more than a means to an end.
David Gulian, CEO, Futura Mobility
David Gulian, CEO of Futura Mobility, has nearly 30 years of experience as a leader in mobile technology, software and system integration. Since joining Futura Mobility in 2012, the company has expanded its offerings to include mobile health solutions and managed IT services for large enterprise organizations. Prior to Futura Mobility, Gulian was CEO and co-founder of InfoLogix Inc. InfoLogix implemented enterprise mobility solutions in more than 2,000 hospitals and 500 Fortune 1000 companies before being acquired by Stanley Black & Decker in 2011. Gulian’s career has seen more than 1,000 successful wireless and mobile computing installations across a global customer-base, which earned him recognition as a finalist for Ernst & Young’s prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Bruce Stubbs, Director of Industry Marketing, Honeywell Scanning and Mobility
Bruce Stubbs is an Industry Marketing Executive with Honeywell Scanning and Mobility, a global leader in the design, production, sales marketing and servicing of scanning devices and mobility systems used for data collection. Bruce has over 30 years of mobility experience with expertise in supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, automated identification and data collection, and voice solutions. He is also an active member of the Warehouse Education and Resource Council, as well as the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. Prior to Honeywell, Bruce worked as a Retail Industry Director of a "Top 3" ERP company, a Distribution Operations Director for a "Top 50" North American grocer, and a Sr. Consultant for a leading supply chain operations consultant firm.
Here are the parking and entrance directions --
Please enter the Wells Fargo Center via the Broad Street Gate (A). Using the RIGHT MOST LANE, provide your name to the parking attendant. Once through, take a right and then continue straight past the Wells Fargo Center to Lot D to park.
Enter the arena through the Southwest doors, at the corner of 95 and Broad Street. There will be GPSEG signage to identify you’ve found the right entrance. A registration table will be set up just inside the doors. Upon check-in, you’ll also receive tickets for that evening's Soul game. Our program is in the Lexus Room. And we’ll walk over to our Private Box Suite together when the time comes.
And in case you were wondering, we’re suggesting “relaxed business” attire for the evening.
If you have any questions, just let us know.
See you Friday night!