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Command Alkon holds annual ELEVATE conference

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Command Alkon has held its annual ELEVATE conference, which was attended by leaders across the construction industry, from contractors through to material suppliers and haulers. The event was also attended by the media, thought leaders from supply chain, and software and technology analysts.

The event presented insights into making successful digital transformations for businesses, delivering value across the industry’s community of trading partners. Almost forty companies exhibited at and sponsored the conference.

Keynotes were given by Seth Mattison (Luminate Labs), Phil Ramsey, Emily Branum, Steve Cox, and Craig Tate (Command Alkon Executive Members), Anne Ellis (Ellis Global), and Anthony Bourke (Mach 2 Consulting). The keynotes covered topics such as digital collaboration and disruptive technologies, among others.

“We were all-in on making ELEVATE a high quality, high impact, and high value event for everyone involved,” said Ed Rusch, Vice President of Marketing at Command Alkon. “Mobilisers looking to create a digital movement across the industry came to be informed on innovative solutions, learn evolving best practices from peers, and anticipate challenges as new methodologies or practices surface. The heightened undercurrent from attendees who were there to learn, grow, and adapt was truly amazing.”

Command Alkon is the global leader in integrated supply chain technology solutions for the heavy building materials industry.

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