How to Integrate Digital Tech & Leverage It As A Key Revenue Driver
Presented by the NCBFAA and Logixboard
In this on-demand logistics business webinar
The digital landscape in the logistics industry is changing fast. As forwarders and customs brokers jump into the new waters of digital technology, it’s important to understand how this investment will impact the top and bottom line.
What are the most important digital technologies for logistics service providers to consider?
What impact does digital investment have on revenue and profits for logistics service providers?
Costs & Lessons
The true costs of digitizing along with learnings & advice for tech implementation.
Greg Bollefer is a dynamic leader that brings powerfully creative supply chain solutions to some of the world’s largest brands. Bollefer has over 20 years of industry experience and serves as the Executive Vice President of Commercial and Product Development for Green Worldwide Shipping®, a leading provider of international logistics services and supply chain management.
Along with 2 years at WiseTech Global as a manager for the Americas Region, Holly's most recent roles include International Portfolio manager at Yusen Global Logistics and Director of Process Innovation at AIT Worldwide Logistics.
Her experience covers 20 years in the industry and includes:
- Domestic and International Freight Forwarding, Warehouse Distribution
- Executive Management
- IT Management
- Project and Portfolio Management
- A genuine desire to solve business problems through people, process and technology
An entrepreneur at heart, Julian has successfully founded and led multiple businesses in industries ranging from financial services to medical technology. After hearing about the need for innovation in the freight forwarding industry from his brother Juan, they decided to partner up to develop a solution that allows freight forwarders to quickly and effectively modernize their shippers’ customer experience. Now, as CEO of Logixboard, Julian remains dedicated to helping freight forwarders compete in an evolving market by understanding and capitalizing on new technologies.