Barcoding Inc. CEO Steinmetz on 'Business Creation and Community Transformation,' March 9
March 4, 2016
Contact: University Relations
Jay Steinmetz, CEO and co-founder of Baltimore-based Barcoding Inc., will visit the University of Baltimore on Wednesday, March 9 to discuss "Business Creation and Community Transformation: Why Both Go Together," as the Merrick Engages conversation series continues. The talk will begin at 5:30 p.m. on the 12th floor of the John and Frances Angelos Law Center (home of the UB School of Law, 1421 N. Charles St. An R.S.V.P. is required. Details are listed below.
Barcoding Inc., a systems integrator specializing in the development, deployment, and management of enterprise-wide solutions in areas of supply chain architecture and analytics, automatic identification, radio frequency identification, consumables, software, and professional services.
With extensive knowledge and experience in the automatic identification industry, Jay Steinmetz began his journey in 1990, graduating from the Berger Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Arizona with a degree in Inventory Management and Management Information Systems. At FMC Corporation, he designed, developed, and installed multiple equipment tracking systems before going to work for, and obtaining an equity interest in, AccuScan, where he was the senior systems analyst and subsequently professional services manager.
After the acquisition of AccuScan by Peak Technologies, Steinmetz became the product manager for a line of software products focused on data collection. He continued his career overseeing design and development of RF/Batch application programs.
Each of the four Merrick Engages events scheduled for this semester will feature an extended conversation between a leading CEO—ranging from the principal of a highly regarded Maryland construction firm to the boss of a maker of spaceships—and Murray Dalziel, dean of the Merrick School of Business. The sessions, free and open to the public, are designed to inform and enlighten the audience, and to provide new and interesting perspectives on how business actually works in 2016. Each time, the largely informal talk will focus on the CEO's expertise and experience, and reveal important life lessons that can’t be gleaned from a textbook or a PowerPoint presentation.
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