Confusion and frustration trying to understand how to apply technology solutions to our industry, is rapidly becoming a common feeling.
Wanting to replicate other companies' incredible results through technology and innovation and not understanding the "how" of the matter can be daunting: Questions like What could be the right technology for my company or comprehending the differences between technologies like "RPA", "IPA", "ML" can be a nightmare. Furthermore, not understanding how those technologies can reduce ROI and increase the overall competitiveness of your company.
This breaking session is aiming to help companies have a better grasp of how automation technologies can help to increase your company productivity and accuracy, from, non-technical, high-level perspective.
Topics include:
  • What is Automation & what can be automated in general?
  • What disruptive technologies exist connected to automation?
  • How are leaders using Automation to improve their employees’ satisfaction and productivity?
  • Top 3 Processes that can be Automated – Logistic
  • Logistics Industry – Case Studies
Join us and learn how to embrace technology to be prepared for the next 5 years!


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    Dan Hellmann

    Chief Sales Officer

    Dan Hellmann is a 15 year veteran in the logistics space and currently the Chief Sales Officer for Hubtek, a logistics workforce optimization company. Originally from Indiana he attended the University of Dayton with a degree in Political Science. Upon graduation, he began his career at Total Quality Logistics where he spent 7 years in sales and sales management. During this time at TQL he was consistently ranked in the top 2% company-wide out of 1,500 Account Executives and achieved Presidents Club. After his departure from TQL, Dan started a brokerage for a former customer where he had ownership stake. After 6.5 years the company had grown to three offices and $45MM in yearly revenue, he sold his shares and joined Hubtek.  

    As CSO he oversees the Sales and Marketing departments and is responsible for customer retention, increasing the customer base and sales through market penetration strategies, planning advertising campaigns and delivering new product offerings. Dan is active in the Transportation Intermediaries Association where he is a member of the Young Executive Committee and he is a former Advisory Board Member for Metro State University’s Center for Professional Selling. Currently, he lives in Arvada, CO with his wife Becca and two sons; Grayson (3) and Henry (6 months). During his free time you can find him on the golf course cursing under his breath and looking for his lost golf balls.