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Kenandy CTO Rod Butters to Present at the Association for Manufacturing Technology–s [MC]2 Conference in Dallas




REDWOOD CITY, CA — (Marketwired) — 04/19/16 — Kenandy, an ERP solution built natively on the Salesforce App Cloud, announced today that its CTO, , will present at the Association for Manufacturing Technology–s in Dallas. Butters– presentation, “The Connected Economy and the Connected Factory, Powered by the Cloud,” will discuss the value of a connected ecosystem and demonstrate how companies that master the connected economy win.

[MC]2 is an annual event where attendees from operations, supply chain, and manufacturing organizations explore a new business model for manufacturing technology companies, and learn to transform their businesses with digital manufacturing and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). From cyber physical security and open architecture to automation, robotics and new training platforms, [MC]2 will equip attendees with useful information to plan, transform and execute a digital strategy.

Presented by The Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT) and the MTConnect Institute, the fifth annual [MC]2 conference is a packed three-day event that provides attendees with real world case studies on how SMB–s realized their digital strategy, insight into the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and in-depth knowledge of how the connected factory connects the economy.

In his presentation, Butters will directly address these topics by:

Showcasing examples of companies who have mastered the connected economy and how they got there

Comparing traditional linear supply chain with how IT innovation has transformed supply chain efficiency

Describing how cloud-based ERP systems are fully scalable for the connected factory

: Tuesday, April 19, 4:15 – 5:00 pm CT

InterContinental, Dallas, Texas

: The Connected Economy and the Connected Factory, Powered by the Cloud

: With IDC projecting that the global Internet of Things (IoT) market will be worth $1.7 trillion by 2020, enterprises from all sectors are embracing the opportunity to take advantage of the connected economy. Once thought of as the domain of large enterprises, the connected economy is now wide open to mid-sized companies as well, especially those in the manufacturing sector. Leveraging cloud technologies to connect employees, customers, partners and devices together is fast creating new ways of doing business and supporting product innovation. In this talk, Rod Butters, CTO and President of Products and Services at Kenandy, will speak about how mid-sized companies can benefit from the connected economy and explain why SaaS is the preferred deployment model for ERP.

: Rod Butters, CTO and President of Products and Services, Kenandy

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Kenandy–s ERP empowers business innovation. Built on the Salesforce App Cloud, Kenandy has redefined enterprise resource planning by allowing companies to map their business processes and implement applications remarkably fast. With the automation of operational systems including global financials, procure-to-pay, planning and production, quote-to-cash and trade promotion management, Kenandy customers have the freedom to focus on driving innovation and growth. For more information, visit: and follow us .

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