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nuVizz, Inc. Spotlighting Flexible Crowd Workforce and Last Mile Delivery Solutions and Strategy at Manhattan Momentum 2016

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Atlanta, GA – May 12, 2016 – nuVizz, a leader in enterprise supply chain and crowd enablement services, announced today that it will showcase their innovative mobile crowd workforce solutions at Manhattan Momentum 2016, specifically addressing temporary personnel for distribution centers, stores, contract drivers and Last Mile Delivery scenarios.

Additionally, nuVizz leadership will lead two insightful discussions at the conference. On Monday, May 16 at 5:10pm, Ravi Guntapalli, VP Customer Engagement, will participate in a discussion with Paul Sandlin of VF Corp entitled VF’s Art of Inventory Accuracy Across Channels and Brands Using DOM delving into how we partnered with VF Corp to maintain near 100% enterprise inventory accuracy across their network.

On Tuesday, May 17 at 10:30am, nuVizz’ own Neil Sharma, SVP Sales & Marketing, and Jeff Gantt, VP Product Management, will lead a thoughtful discussion, Avoiding the Land Mines – What Enterprises Need to Know about Crowdsourcing in the Gig Economy. Attendees will also get a chance to hear more about our innovative workforce management mobile platform and app, GoJentha™.

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What Is a 3PL and Can Technology Transform the Future of Logistics?

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nuVizz Equips Metropolitan Warehouse & Delivery with 100% Real-Time Final Mile Visibility

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