Recent Nulogy News
Nulogy CEO Giving Keynote at TokyoPackPublished September 19, 2012 07:00
Tokyo, Japan – September 19, 2012: Nulogy is proud to announce that Jason Tham, Nulogy CEO, will be delivering a keynote at Asia's largest international packaging show, TokyoPack, on October 2nd in Japan.
Hosted by the Active Intelligent Packaging Association (AIPA), TokyoPack is renowned for bringing together world innovators in packaging, including representatives from major brands such as L'Oréal and P&G.
Tham's visionary keynote is entitled: "The Future: Personalizing & Profiting with Interactive & Intelligent Packaging." The Nulogy founder will discuss the future of packaging's role in the personalized retail experience. He will outline the possibilities afforded by today's technology, including cloud computing, mobile and sensors, to deliver effectively packaged products for tomorrow's even more discerning consumer. Perhaps most disruptive, Tham will argue for the paradigm shift of packaging as a cost center to a marketing asset.
"The timing is perfect," said Tham. "We design solutions for the industry's future to ensure that our customers are well-equipped to lead forward. Our R&D team is currently working on a project that will empower marketers and customized packagers for the next step."
TokyoPack runs October 2-5, 2012 at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center in Japan. Over 500 international packaging-related firms will exhibit and push the industry forward over the four-day event.
Nulogy is the pioneer of Contract Packaging Management Systems. The cloud-based solution, PackManager™, is used by the world’s premiere contract manufacturers and packagers across the world to reduce costs, improve compliance, and increase customer loyalty. PackManager™ has patents pending around the world on it's innovative technology.
For more information visit www.nulogy.com