WhereNet Vice President, Matt Armanino, to Speak About B2B Supply Chain Logistics at COMDEX Chicago 2001

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from WhereNet Corp.

    CHICAGO, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of the media are invited to hear
 Matt Armanino, vice president of business development for WhereNet(R) Corp.,
 speak Thurs., April 5 at COMDEX Chicago 2001, at the McCormick Place
 Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois. WhereNet, the worldwide leader in
 wireless supply chain visibility solutions, will be one of the featured
 companies at COMDEX Chicago 2001. COMDEX Chicago will showcase the latest
 technology products and services, offering participants of all levels
 practical, real-world solutions provided by premier information technology
 experts.
     Armanino will participate in a panel discussion titled, "Dealing with
 Logistics and Fulfillment in the B2B Space." Jean Kovacs, president and CEO of
 Comergent Technologies, will chair this panel. Joining Armanino on the panel
 are:  Peter Harrison, senior director adoption consulting for Get There, a
 Sabre Company, and Gordon Hunt, president of eFruit International. The panel
 discussion will address present and future strategies and methodologies that
 enable the rapid delivery of goods given the advent of "Internet speed." This
 session is scheduled for Thurs., April 5 at 1:15 p.m. at COMDEX Chicago 2001,
 in Room South 404 D at the McCormick Place Convention Center.
     WhereNet is the first company to design, build, and market supply chain
 visibility solutions for locating, tracking, and managing supply chain
 resources. WhereNet systems are being used by several major Fortune 500
 companies including Ford Motor Company and Coca-Cola, to manage inventory,
 track containers, monitor job orders, connect wireless call (Kanban) systems,
 locate property, ensure quality processes, and provide personal safety.
 WhereNet's Web-enabled solutions seamlessly connect an enterprise's resources
 and assets to its information system in real time.
 
     When and Where
     Attendees of COMDEX Chicago 2001 can hear Armanino's panel session,
 "Dealing with Logistics and Fulfillment in the B2B Space," on Thurs., April 5
 at 1:15 p.m. at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois.
 For more information about COMDEX Chicago 2001, visit their Web site at:
 http://www.key3media.com/comdex/chicago2001/ .
 
     About Matt Armanino
     Matt Armanino, vice president of business development for WhereNet, is
 responsible for developing and managing WhereNet's strategic business
 relationships and alliances and developing strategies to create new business
 and market opportunities. Prior to joining WhereNet in 1999, Armanino served
 as senior corporate counsel at PeopleSoft where he worked with the corporate
 strategy and business development organizations negotiating strategic business
 transactions, working on mergers and acquisitions, and structuring new
 partnerships. Prior to PeopleSoft, he was an associate with Seyfarth, Shaw,
 Fairweather & Geraldson and Diepenbrock, Wulff, Plant & Hannegan. Armanino is
 a graduate of the University of Santa Clara School of Law and the University
 of California, Santa Barbara where he earned his J.D. and bachelor's degree in
 business/economics. Armanino is a member of the California Bar Association.
 
     About WhereNet Corp.
     WhereNet Corp., winner of last year's Henry Ford Technology Award, is the
 first company to design, build, and market wireless Supply Chain Visibility
 solutions for locating, tracking, and managing supply chain resources,
 critical to success in today's competitive global business environment.
 WhereNet systems seamlessly connect a company's resources to its information
 systems, in real time. WhereNet's real-time locating and tracking technology
 utilize patented advances in spread-spectrum wireless technology to provide
 the ability to locate any tagged object with accuracy within 10 feet
 (3 meters). The result is constant, on-demand information about valuable
 assets in the supply chain, their physical location, and status. Driven by
 wireless tags, fixed position antennas and Web-enabled software, WhereNet's
 real-time solutions offer lower operating costs, improved return-on-assets,
 and higher levels of customer service for some of the World's leading
 companies such as Ford Motor Company, Coca-Cola and FMC. Founded in 1997,
 WhereNet is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with sales offices
 throughout the United States and Europe. Information is available on the
 WhereNet Web site at www.wherenet.com or by calling 408-845-8500.
     NOTE:  WhereNet(R) is a registered trademark of WhereNet Corp. All other
 brands, products, or service names are or may be trademarks or service marks
 of, and are used to identify, products or services of their respective owners.
 
 

SOURCE WhereNet Corp.
    CHICAGO, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of the media are invited to hear
 Matt Armanino, vice president of business development for WhereNet(R) Corp.,
 speak Thurs., April 5 at COMDEX Chicago 2001, at the McCormick Place
 Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois. WhereNet, the worldwide leader in
 wireless supply chain visibility solutions, will be one of the featured
 companies at COMDEX Chicago 2001. COMDEX Chicago will showcase the latest
 technology products and services, offering participants of all levels
 practical, real-world solutions provided by premier information technology
 experts.
     Armanino will participate in a panel discussion titled, "Dealing with
 Logistics and Fulfillment in the B2B Space." Jean Kovacs, president and CEO of
 Comergent Technologies, will chair this panel. Joining Armanino on the panel
 are:  Peter Harrison, senior director adoption consulting for Get There, a
 Sabre Company, and Gordon Hunt, president of eFruit International. The panel
 discussion will address present and future strategies and methodologies that
 enable the rapid delivery of goods given the advent of "Internet speed." This
 session is scheduled for Thurs., April 5 at 1:15 p.m. at COMDEX Chicago 2001,
 in Room South 404 D at the McCormick Place Convention Center.
     WhereNet is the first company to design, build, and market supply chain
 visibility solutions for locating, tracking, and managing supply chain
 resources. WhereNet systems are being used by several major Fortune 500
 companies including Ford Motor Company and Coca-Cola, to manage inventory,
 track containers, monitor job orders, connect wireless call (Kanban) systems,
 locate property, ensure quality processes, and provide personal safety.
 WhereNet's Web-enabled solutions seamlessly connect an enterprise's resources
 and assets to its information system in real time.
 
     When and Where
     Attendees of COMDEX Chicago 2001 can hear Armanino's panel session,
 "Dealing with Logistics and Fulfillment in the B2B Space," on Thurs., April 5
 at 1:15 p.m. at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois.
 For more information about COMDEX Chicago 2001, visit their Web site at:
 http://www.key3media.com/comdex/chicago2001/ .
 
     About Matt Armanino
     Matt Armanino, vice president of business development for WhereNet, is
 responsible for developing and managing WhereNet's strategic business
 relationships and alliances and developing strategies to create new business
 and market opportunities. Prior to joining WhereNet in 1999, Armanino served
 as senior corporate counsel at PeopleSoft where he worked with the corporate
 strategy and business development organizations negotiating strategic business
 transactions, working on mergers and acquisitions, and structuring new
 partnerships. Prior to PeopleSoft, he was an associate with Seyfarth, Shaw,
 Fairweather & Geraldson and Diepenbrock, Wulff, Plant & Hannegan. Armanino is
 a graduate of the University of Santa Clara School of Law and the University
 of California, Santa Barbara where he earned his J.D. and bachelor's degree in
 business/economics. Armanino is a member of the California Bar Association.
 
     About WhereNet Corp.
     WhereNet Corp., winner of last year's Henry Ford Technology Award, is the
 first company to design, build, and market wireless Supply Chain Visibility
 solutions for locating, tracking, and managing supply chain resources,
 critical to success in today's competitive global business environment.
 WhereNet systems seamlessly connect a company's resources to its information
 systems, in real time. WhereNet's real-time locating and tracking technology
 utilize patented advances in spread-spectrum wireless technology to provide
 the ability to locate any tagged object with accuracy within 10 feet
 (3 meters). The result is constant, on-demand information about valuable
 assets in the supply chain, their physical location, and status. Driven by
 wireless tags, fixed position antennas and Web-enabled software, WhereNet's
 real-time solutions offer lower operating costs, improved return-on-assets,
 and higher levels of customer service for some of the World's leading
 companies such as Ford Motor Company, Coca-Cola and FMC. Founded in 1997,
 WhereNet is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with sales offices
 throughout the United States and Europe. Information is available on the
 WhereNet Web site at www.wherenet.com or by calling 408-845-8500.
     NOTE:  WhereNet(R) is a registered trademark of WhereNet Corp. All other
 brands, products, or service names are or may be trademarks or service marks
 of, and are used to identify, products or services of their respective owners.
 
 SOURCE  WhereNet Corp.