When Facebook went public in 2012, it made a lot of people very wealthy. The people that built the company were rewarded with shares that would one day make them millionaires, or even billionaires. Missing out on an investment like this could be devastating. Take Ronald Wayne, for example. Along with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Wayne co-founded Apple and earned a 10% stake in the company. Two weeks after Apple’s IPO, Wayne sold his shares for $800. Today, those same shares would be worth over $60 billion. When it comes to investments, timing and commitment are key. For supply chain and warehouse enhancement, the time is now and the investment is automation. A recent article in Logistics Viewpoint explains the importance of committing to warehouse automation.