E-Commerce has exploded over the past few years and many distribution centres with older material handling systems have found it difficult to keep up. With a wide array of sortation automation available in the market, it can be difficult to decide what is the right solution for your business needs today and in the future. This webinar will provide insight on the different types of sortation (line, loop, MDR and more) as well as the benefits and throughput for each.
James Burman, SHD Logistics Editor, will be joined by Jason Burrell (Vice President EMEA, Honeywell) and Sneha Radhakrishnan (Offering Manager, Honeywell) as they discuss how sortation automation can help you keep up with the demands of modern e-commerce.
Jason is primarily responsible for driving and measuring Honeywell’s sales. In addition, he advises the company’s strategic direction pertaining to Honeywell technology, software, services and OEM partnerships with multiple global clients.
Burrell has more than 26 years of experience in the IT industry among many leading multinational companies. Prior to joining Honeywell, he was the retail leader for Intermec Technologies and the EMEA sales director at Tyco Sensormatic, where he created and headed a new business division.
In addition to his work with Honeywell, Jason has recently created the Retail Advisory Council, a body of leading retailers in EMEA and North America focused on strategy, technology and innovation.
A frequent speaker at industry events, he has received awards for industry campaigns and has earned several business certificates. He has recently moved from Charlotte to the U.K. and is an active supporter of cancer research charities there. He is also involved with Hope & Kindness, a children’s home and school in Kenya.
In her role as Honeywell’s offering manager, Snehalatha strives to establish the company’s products within the European market. She is responsible for growing Honeywell’s business presence in the region by becoming a reliable partner and meeting customer and market requirements.
Previously, Snehalatha worked for five years as a product manager within the energy industry. There, she worked to build new business development models for bringing in new customers, launching new products, and ensuring the offered product portfolios were relevant to market needs.
Snehalatha earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Anna University in India, and a master’s degree in power engineering from Technical University of Munich. She is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and VDE.
After the webinar presentation there will be a live Q&A where you can ask the panel any questions directly.
Register for free now, and remember to tune in on Monday 15 February at 14:00 GMT.