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Technology Spotlight Series: DeepHow Webinar - Friday, August 7, 2020 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

  • 08/07/2020

Labor challenges rise to the top of Construction Leaders’ headache list. Skilled labor shortages, skills gaps and workforce turnover directly impact project success and profitability. DeepHow is the only AI enabled knowledge transfer solution for the manual trades. It helps companies reduce training time and upskill or reskill labor at scale. Find out how you can leverage the experience of your most trusted experts to build institutional knowledge, and promote from within.  

This program will be delivered by Rebecca Peredo,​ Director of Commercialization​ from Stanley Black and Decker​ and moderated by Josh Bone, NECA's Executive Director of Industry Innovation and Lonnie Cumpton, NECA's Director of Construction Manufacturing.

Background: Rebecca is an outcome focused, continuous improvement professional, developing talent solutions for the construction and skilled trades industries. In her current role as Director of Commercialization for Stanley X, the innovations hub of Stanley Black and Decker, she helps organizations find solutions to workforce shortages and skills gaps.  Through partnerships with emerging tech startups, Stanley X brings fast paced technology development together with stability and trust born out of SBD’s 175+ years of supporting the skilled trades.

Rebecca has worked in multiple industries and has 10+ years of experience in cross functional process development and operations change management. She pairs this expertise of process and people with the appropriate technology to get the results clients are looking for.

As VP for Logistics at Faith Technologies, her responsibilities included optimizing the supply chain from multiple suppliers to the jobsite and managing supplier and distributor relationships. Through her interactions, she gained deep insights into the construction supply chain and the challenges that impact project profitability.

Rebecca has an Industrial Engineering degree from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the University of Oxford. Her professional experience includes management consulting in the energy & chemicals industries, real estate services and construction.

Rebecca is an active volunteer for the Taproot Foundation and Chicago Cares organizations, and enjoys participating in triathlons in her personal time.

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