The event was focused on the Industry Transformation Maps (ITMs), which aims to help companies across 23 industries become future-ready through leveraging on digitalization and deeper collaboration to transform and strengthen their capabilities.
Parcel Perform is delighted to be featured as an innovative service provider at the IMDA booth showcasing the community-based track-and-trace solution for their Logistics ITM. The Logistics ITM is part of a wider initiative by the government called the Urban Logistics Programme, and it aims to achieve a collaborative distribution amongst different stakeholders in the Supply Chain. In-Mall Distribution (IMD) and Off-site Consolidation Centre (OCC) are two programmes that Parcel Perform is directly supporting, which will help to reduce congestion on Singapore roads and increase the efficiency of logistics service providers.
The conference brings together the government, as well as diverse communities across industries of professionals and thought leaders to collaborate and learn from one another. Singapore’s Minister of Finance, Dr Heng Swee Keat attended and spoke as a guest of honour:
There were also discussions and presentations given by a strong panel of keynote speakers:
We are excited about the opportunity to support the government and participate in the National Track & Trace ambitions of Singapore. Watch this space for further updates.
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Lesley is a marketing intern @ Parcel Perform. She plans on venturing into the world of E-commerce and digital marketing, one step at a time.