Ken Allen

Ken Allen
Ken is currently the Director of Marketing for Loftware and is responsible for all marketing activities. Prior to joining Loftware, Ken was the Director of Product Marketing for Ipswitch File Transfer responsible for all product messaging, positioning and marketing content around the product portfolio. Before Ipswitch, Ken held senior marketing roles within Metalogix, Computer Sciences Corporation, IBM, ATG, and Lotus Development Corporation. Ken holds a BA in mathematics / computer science from Hamilton College and an MBA in strategic marketing from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business.
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Sapphire Attendees Discover that "Life is Good" and so are Loftware's Labeling Solutions

One of the keynotes at this past week's SAP SAPPHIRENOW and ASUG Annual Conference were the founders of the well know "Life is...

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CPG Companies Contend with Complicated Logistic

CPG companies need to invest in better labels, including RFID technology.

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Aerospace Industry Looks Cautiously Into 2017

The aerospace and defense sectors are cautiously optimistic about 2017, but still have some worries. While the aerospace and...

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[Video] Chemical Industry Combats Climate Change

Many industries are doing what they can to combat climate change, either in response to consumer demands or government...

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GHS News To Know

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification (GHS) and Labeling of Chemicals has undergone a long, slow implementation...

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[Video] Demand For Electric Cars Leads To Lithium Bottlenecks

Electric cars like the Tesla Model S can travel for hundreds of miles on a single charge, completely revolutionizing clean...

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[Video] Don't Let Labels Interfere With Each Other

When GHS was first developed, it was meant to replace the confusing web of chemical labeling regulations that were being enforced...

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Labeling Is Still Important In Automated Industries

In an automated manufacturing future, labeling is just as important as ever.

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Combating Conflict Mineral Use Requires Country of Origin Labeling

Many of the most common consumer electronic devices are made with materials and components sourced from around the world....

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California Adjusts Prop. 65 Labeling Requirements

In the U.S., different states may have different regulations regarding the labeling of toxic materials. But not all retail...

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Auto Manufacturers Struggle with Mexican Supply Chains

Mexico plays an important role in the North American auto industry. Thanks to competitive wages, free trade agreements and a...

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Loftware Reports on this Year's Sapphire NOW Event

Loftware just wrapped up this year’s Sapphire NOW, the annual conference and largest global supply chain event, hosted by SAP and...

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Toyota strikes back against counterfeiting

Counterfeit parts are a scourge for the auto industry. Their growing presence in the supply chain threatens profits and...

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[Video] Managing e-waste in a high-tech world

How many electronic devices have you owned in the past ten years? Probably quite a few. With tech companies releasing annual...

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We're throwing away too many electronic devices

Let's face it: Most consumers do not treat their electronic devices like things that should last for many years. We're more than...

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