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 Trax Webinar: Leading with Logsitics|How Transportation Analytics Impacts Your Supply Chain

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About the Webinar

In this webinar, Scott Collen, Vice President and General Manager of Manufacturing & CPG at Trax, will discuss the evolution of analytics within the logistics industry. Scott’s extensive work experience in the field of supply chain and analytics has provided him a unique perspective on the increasingly important use of data. Participants will gain a competitive advantage by learning how to expand their current transportation analytics initiatives. 

What You'll Learn

  • Stages of the Gartner Analytics Maturity Model
  • Current State and Future Direction of Supply Chain Analytics
  • 4 Key Steps to Take Your Analytics to The Next Level

Interested in more supply chain tips and best practices? Register for Trax's upcoming webinar, Optimizing Your Global Supply Chain with a Single Freight Audit Provider.


About the Speaker

Picture3Scott Collen has over 30 years of experience working in both logistics operations management and analytics technology consulting. Scott currently leads and supports the Manufacturing and CPG industry team at Trax. Scott works diligently with current and prospective clients across the globe to ensure their successful utilization of the Transportation Spend Management (TSM) technology and services offered by Trax. Prior to Trax, Scott spent seven years with global data analytics leader, Teradata. He led projects for a diverse group of clients, across various industries, to improve their utilization of data and analytics technology solutions. Scott has both the technical knowledge and industry experience required to assist business leaders in their quest to develop robust analytic solutions to complex logistics challenges.

Scott has a BS in Industrial Engineering and is a proud graduate of Texas Tech University. Residing in Dallas, Texas, Scott's interests include swimming, cooking, travel, and volunteer work focused on youth homelessness.

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