The complexity and significance of information technology projects in an ever-changing environment showcases the growing impact information systems managers have within their organizations. Handling this changing environment requires in-depth and up-to-date solutions from industry experts. The 2013 USPOULTRY Information Systems Seminar will provide valuable information and tools that information technology managers can apply immediately. Sponsored by U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, the seminar will be held July 16 - 17, at the Doubletree Hotel in Nashville, Tenn.

This year's agenda will address Project Management and Metrics, IT Challenges and Opportunities; A Washington Update; Workflow Process Development; Cloud Computing: Software as a Service; How Are You Leading Your Team?; Fleet Management and Safety Technology; Vendor Solutions: Product Traceability/Recall and Predictive Modeling; Emerging Technology; and an open forum on What Keeps You Up at Night?  

A program committee of information technology managers developed the agenda for the seminar, including Jose Faller, Cooper Farms; Sim Harbert, Georgia Tech Research Institute; Greg Whisenant, Case Farms; Mike Burruss, Tip Top Poultry; Kendall Layman, Cobb-Vantress, and Alan Brownell, Case Farms.

To register for the 2013 Information System Seminar, go to http://www.uspoultry.org/educationprograms/index.cfm