A Texas In-plant Roundup

In-plant managers from all over the South got together in Austin, Texas, last month to discuss outsourcing, benchmarking and "Game Theory."

The 38th annual SUPDMC drew about 30 managers from all over the southeastern United States, as well as from Ohio and Arizona.

Richard Beto, director of Document Solutions at The University of Texas at Austin, hosted the conference.

Keri Cook and Otis Johnson, from the University of Texas Medical Branch, talk with Mike Strand from EDU Business Solutions in the vendor area.

Chris Reich, CEO of TeachU, discussed how “Game Theory” can be used to manipulate the way others think by giving them choices that appear to be in their best interest.

Moe Estrada and Chuck Harding from the Texas Department of Transportation.