The Outlook agenda will be packed with over 50 breakout sessions on the subjects that will help your team succeed in 2017.
Get hands-on information and hacks on the products that you use. Come with questions and an empty notebook for guidance on how to make the most of your Omnitracs investment.
Understand what’s happening on the road and in the office to achieve greater operational success. Get a better grip on driver and asset management, cost reduction strategies and customer service improvements.
Learn how to work toward the perfect delivery with tips on routing and dispatching efficiencies. Find out ways to reduce costs and save time with solutions like navigation, routing and business insight.
Get tips on how to set up key performance indicators and use predictive analytics to improve your fleet operation, leveraging the thousands of data points your fleet generates each day.
The ELD mandate, FSMA, and cross-border controls are all part of an evolving regulatory landscape. Hear from compliance experts and get a wealth of information on how to stay ahead of regulations.
Learn how to keep your assets secure and how to arm your company with the proof it needs to defend accident litigation. Ensure your drivers consistently adhere to high safety standards.
Speaker chris spear
Chris Spear is president and CEO of the American Trucking Association, the nation’s leading organization representing the interests of the trucking industry. As president and CEO, Chris leads ATA’s efforts to advocate and educate on behalf of the trucking industry.
Employing more than 7 million people and moving more than 10 billion tons of freight annually, trucking is the industry most responsible for moving America’s economy.
Omnitracs Outlook is an annual conference for the Omnitracs customer and partner community, bringing hundreds of leaders in transportation. Outlook will leave you motivated to perform better in 2017 with valuable sessions covering productivity, compliance, planning and delivery, safety and security, and data and analytics. Based on overwhelming feedback, Outlook 2017 will have a new track dedicated entirely to product training.