Technology manages workforce challenges for consumer products industry

Participants of the live webcast will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit.

Risings costs and a shortage of skilled labor are affecting companies across the consumer products industry—from retail and restaurants to food manufacturers. Technology is proving to be a key solution in managing these challenges.

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Join technology leaders from RSM’s national consumer products practice on Thursday, March 22, as they provide insights into the technology strategies that you can leverage to maximize your workforce, improve your company’s efficiency and keep you competitive.

In this one-hour session, RSM will illustrate:

  • The labor issues affecting the consumer products industry
  • How to leverage technology to manage the industry’s labor challenges
  • Best practices in models and approaches

Reimagining the core in life sciences and health care

Participants of the live webcast will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit.

Technology is transforming core functions across the life sciences and health care (LSHC) industry, enabling organizations. How is this helping LSHC companies become more nimble, efficient, and dynamic? We’ll discuss:

The benefits that a digitized core offers to advance both the customer and patient experience, as well as the enterprise.
Sector-specific examples of how core functions are being disrupted across the industry.
Strategies industry leaders can take to reimagine their business and operating models through technologies like the cloud, robotics, and visualization.
Participants will learn how creating a digitized core can advance an organization’s strategy and ultimately deliver on the mission to advance the journey of care.

Deloitte’s Real Estate and Construction Outlook

Participants of the live webinar will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit.

 

We’ll discuss:

  • Unlocking the value of real estate investment trusts (REITs).
  • Targeting real estate fin-tech startups.
  • Embracing robotics and cognitive automation (R&CA).
  • Reimagining talent and culture.

Participants will learn what is in store for the real estate and construction industry in the year ahead.