Logistics Hall of Fame: Prof. Dr. Michael Feindt to Be Honoured as TRATON Logistics Leader Of The Year 2021
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The TRATON Logistics Leader of the Year Award 2021 goes to Prof. Dr. Michael Feindt, founder of the software company Blue Yonder.
As part of the Logistics Hall of Fame reception, the TRATON Logistics Leader of the Year Award will again be presented in 2021. It will be awarded to Prof. Dr. Michael Feindt, founder of the software company Blue Yonder, for which he now works as a strategic advisor. The scientist is considered an expert in data-driven software development, the learning of effects through data analysis, and the development of new algorithms and tools in Big Data environments. In 2002, he founded a company to transfer his inventions in the field of predictive analytics from science to business. His idea: predictions in pricing and merchandise planning can be improved if they are created with artificial intelligence.
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