Fleet Telematics: Utilize Data, Heightened Applications and Connectivity to Deliver ROI for Fleet Operators

Telematics for Fleet Management USA 2012

The much anticipated Telematics for Fleet Management Conference USA (November 13-14, 2012) will reveal how to utilize data, heightened applications and connectivity to deliver ROI for fleet operators. Hear from expert speakers from industry key stakeholders such as Paccar, OnStar, Hertz, Telogis, GE Capital, Sprint, Rogers, USDOT, USDOE, Nescafé and many more.

Focussed discussions will include:

  • Key findings and nuances of emerging global markets and emerging trends
  • How to accelerate the adoption of fleet telematics using value added services
  • Methods to transform your data into actionable intelligence for fleet operations
  • An examination of the insurance industry as it integrates telematics data and equipment within the fleet sector

Click here for the full agenda and speaker line-up

This is what last year’s delegates had to say:

“Telematics manufacturers, end users, software and service providers, all in one place. It was fantastic! My company made many contacts and have closed several deals as a direct result of this event”. Pointer, Inc.
“I look forward to this event every year. The best avenue to meet with my peers in the MRM space and discuss trends and common practices”. Garmin

Exclusive Discount: As an event partner we’ve secured an extra $100 discount on top of any current web discounts! Register here using discount code (216769)

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