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Traditional order management practices are inherently costly and inefficient, especially when it comes to the wholesale distribution industry. Fortunately, companies are learning that AI-driven automation is an effective solution to unlocking the unrealized value in traditional order management processes.
Join us for an educational webinar with Esker Business Development Manager, Nick Carpenter, and Esker customer Jack Jurkowski, CIO of EBP Supply Solutions, as they walk you through the digital transformation of the distribution company's order management processes, diving into topics such as:
- Building a business case for order management automation
- The importance of order management in the wholesale distribution industry
- Esker’s critical role in the EBP Supply Solutions digital ordering initiative
- The benefits achieved after implementing Esker’s AI-driven solution
Business Development Manager
Nick Carpenter is a business development manager with Esker where he focuses on helping folks to leverage AI-powered solutions to drive greater efficiency throughout their O2C process. Starting his career at Esker as a sales demand representative, he understands the unique challenges different companies face and how to overcome them.
EBP Supply Solutions
EBP Supply Solutions sees immense value in leveraging technology to better serve our customers, and for over two decades, Jack has tackled the challenging task of determining EBP’s strategic direction with technology. Jack began his IT career in manufacturing environments in Application Development at Duracell and Branson Ultrasonics. He expanded into the Supervision of IT Systems Management and Operations, for thirteen years at Physicians Health Services and its acquiring entity, HealthNet.
Editor in Chief
Modern Distribution Management
Prior to joining MDM in 2018 as Editor, Elizabeth Galentine ran her own content services agency and led the editorial team for a national employee benefits media company for nearly 10 years.