PHOENIX, Ariz. – PeopleNet announced recently that its annual User Conference will be taking place August 24-26 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix, Arizona,
The conference, which is in its 13th year, will feature a “connext” theme that aims to provide industry leaders and attendees with opportunities to uncover best practices for increasing performance by connecting with the smartest minds in the business. The three-day conference will also have more than 50 workshops and seminars for attendees to sit in on.
“As we look to the future of the transportation industry, we’ll be facing issues like increased regulations and driver shortages, among others. Connext allows our innovative customers who have already adopted new technologies— such as ELDs— to collaborate with others about these industry hot buttons and provide insight about their experiences. PeopleNet wants attendees to be exposed to a new way of thinking about how to compete in a changing landscape,” said PeopleNet president Brian McLaughlin. “At PeopleNet we’ve had a lot of exciting changes, innovations and introductions, all of which positively impact our customers. We are eager to share these developments in more detail at our User Conference.”
PeopleNet is also using the conference to announce the winners of its annual Innovator of the Year award, which recognizes PeopleNet customers who are using the system to drive higher levels of ROI and performance through innovations in integration.
“PeopleNet is excited for the chance to bring its customers and partners together to exchange innovations and ideas,” added McLaughlin. “This industry is rapidly evolving, and those who attend the User Conference are leaders who are going to have the greatest innovative impact moving forward.”
There is also a customer appreciation dinner and special dining entertainment for guests to look forward to.
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