WHISTLER, B.C. — Maddocks Systems Inc., the developers of TruckMate for Windows (TM4Win) enterprise-wide trucking software, are preparing to welcome a record crowd of attendee’s to the Annual TruckMate Users Conference being held Sept. 12-15 in Whistler, B.C.
Representatives from top U.S. and Canadian carriers, leading transportation technology providers, and industry experts will be gathering to attend four days of seminars, guest speakers, a technology exhibition and product training.
“Maddocks is looking forward to hosting TruckMate customers and strategic business partners at our conference featuring the highly anticipated release of TruckMate for Windows 6.1;" said Bob Maddocks, President and CEO of Maddocks Systems Inc. "The Maddocks development team has strived to bring together a product release that will set a new industry standard for stability, enhanced functionality and ease of use."
The 2004 TruckMate conference will provide over 40 unique sessions featuring new product training, industry related seminars, and one-on-one training labs. American Trucking Association Chief Economist Bob Costello will be featured as a key note speaker and Ken Dewitt of Tidwell DeWitt LLC will be providing financial seminars for transportation executives.
The conference will also be hosting the Transport Topics Technology Exhibition featuring the trucking industries leading providers of transportation technology. The exhibition will include mobile communication providers (Qualcomm Inc., Cancom Tracking, PeopleNet, Aether Systems, Air IQ, FleetMind), document imaging providers (EBE Imaging, Pegasus Transtech, Microdea, PaperWise, and TripPak Online), fuel tax providers (InterTax and OTS), mapping experts (Rand McNally and ALK Technologies) as well as Veltion Warehousing Software and J.J. Keller Compliance Software.
For more details, visit www.maddockssystems.com
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