Watch CEO Dan Sanker Testify Before Congress on The Future of Retail Operations and Logistics

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SupplyPike CEO Dan Sanker was recently invited by Congress’ Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection to serve as a witness during its “Review of Emerging Tech’s Impact on Retail Operations and Logistics.” He spoke on topics such as the future of SCM workforce, blockchain and IoT in supply chain, and supporting high school students with real-life tech opportunities. Check out some of his insights below.

The future of supply chain lies in mathematical algorithms. 

SupplyPike will spin off to become the leading cloud-based platform for supply chain professionals.

While they may be young now, teens are our upcoming talent pool – education and experiences are everything for high school students.

Congress plays a huge role in making or breaking American entrepreneurship.

For a full playlist of his insights, click here. The full subcommittee hearing can be viewed here. Dan’s written testimony can be read here.

Want to learn more about SupplyPike’s role in the future of retail operations and logistics? 

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