This meeting is 5:30PM to 6:45PM EST
Topic: Distributed Ledger Technology for Trade Financing & Global Supply Chains
Loudon Owen from DLT Labs will talk to financial executives about how their award-winning data management technology, DL Freight, optimizes business processes and reduces costs, with significant and immediate ROI. Within 90 days you can implement distributed ledger technology that seamlessly integrates with your legacy systems for easy staff training and transitions as you automate manual transactions. Benefit from the best practices developed by the world’s largest retailer to achieve end to end supply chain visibility, unifying the carrier network and managing risk and compliance. DL Freight uses distributed ledger technology which is unparalleled in improving margins and reducing friction, a financial executive’s dream!
Why attend this webinar?
You lead a finance team and want to learn more about the value of distributed ledger technology and how the DL Freight model has been successful in delivering:
* Business process simplification AND business process optimization
* Automate administrative process
* Digital transformation to improve accuracy
* Reduce inherent risk with reliable data
* Increase compliance
* Reduce requirement for audit
* Frictionless invoicing and faster payments (with accurate invoices)
* invoicing, payments, penalties, fees, etc.
DLT Labs Website is https://www.dltlabs.com/
Loudon Owen is Chair and Chief Executive Officer of DLT Labs, a next generation data management software company specializing in SaaS supply chain management and financial services. Loudon is a passionate entrepreneur and long-time venture capitalist with deep experience in building companies in technology, media, real estate, and intellectual property. Loudon holds a BA, JD and MBA from INSEAD (https://www.linkedin.com/in/loudon-owen-b27a1/).
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The FENG Transportation and Distribution Special Interest Group
James H. Haller, MBA (Chair)