Digital Transformation without Accurate Data is a Hallucination

Elemica President Rich Katz Presents at Argus Digital Transformation in Chemicals

Digital Transformation Improves Visibility, Cuts Costs, Enhances Customer Experience

Wayne, PA & Frankfurt, Germany – February 6, 2019Elemica, the leading Digital Supply Network for process manufacturing industries, announces that company President, Rich Katz, spoke today at the Argus Digital Transformation in Chemicals Conference, an event focused on digitalization in the chemical industry, which can improve supply chain visibility, cut operational costs and enhance customer experiences.

Chief Digital Officers, Heads of Digitalization, Procurement, Operations and Supply Chain Managers were present to explore key challenges and best strategies to integrate and manage new digital systems.

Elemica was a sponsor and presenter at the Argus Digital Transformation in Chemicals Conference which took place on February 6 and 7, 2019, in Frankfurt.

Rich Katz presented, “Digital transformation without accurate data is a hallucination,” which focused on:

  • Understanding the importance of accurate data
  • Needing data that is connected, cleaned, and linked from all disparate sources to be successful
  • Using technologies that enables on-boarding new suppliers/carriers/ customers from months to minutes
  • Looking for a better approach to achieve end-to-end visibility

Rich Katz has been with Elemica for over 16 years in roles as President, Chief Technology Officer, Senior Vice-President of Product Management, and Vice-President of Research and Development. Rich is responsible for setting the overall direction of Elemica’s technology roadmap and market positioning, and he oversees corporate and product marketing. Rich is a member of the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class chief intelligence officers, chief technology officers and technology executives. This network shares thought leadership and best practice with each other and the industry.