We know many of you are as excited as we are to attend Omnitracs Outlook 2016! With the discounted rate good through December 18th, we wanted to list the reasons you should hit the ‘register’ button soon. Already know you need to go? Register now.
1. Information you can use
If there’s one reason to attend, it should be the value of the education you will get from Outlook 2016. With dozens of breakout sessions to choose from within six tracks (safety, productivity, compliance, data and analytics, planning and delivery, and innovations), you’re going to return to work with new information and ideas you can use.
2. Network with hundreds
With over 700 attendees expected and many exciting events, we guarantee you’ll have plenty of time to rub elbows with other transportation professionals. At Outlook, you will be spending time with thought leaders, executives, product experts, carriers, and fleet managers from around the globe.
3. Hear breaking news on Omnitracs products
You can expect to hear about new product updates at Outlook 2016. Be among the first to see what’s coming soon to help your fleet be more productive, compliant, and efficient. You’ll hear the latest roadmap from members of Omnitracs’ executive team.
4. Final ELD rule – Hear directly from the FMCSA
Outlook 2016 will help you start the year out right with many opportunities to learn about compliance with the newly released electronic logging device (ELD) rule. Don’t miss an informative session led by FMCSA’s own Joe DeLorenzo. And, check out the agenda for breakout sessions covering the latest rules and regulations in our Compliance track.
5. Rock out at the House of Blues
This is an evening that you won’t want to miss. You’ll get to hear great music and maybe even sing along to some familiar tunes. And did we mention that all transportation to networking events is included in the registration fee? We want everyone to enjoy a good time responsibly.
6. Ask questions about new products, and weigh in on new concepts
We’ve dedicated a spot in the expo hall for the Innovation Showcase where you can talk to product experts and see the latest features first-hand. You’ll even have an opportunity to provide feedback on potential products not yet in development.
7. See what’s new in the Partner Pavilion
Our expo hall will be filled with partners who will also be showcasing their latest and greatest updates. Get a chance to network with the vendors that you want to meet. There’s no better place to ask your questions and see what our partners have to offer.
8. Enjoy a gala dinner with a well known entertainer
To bring the conference to a close, help us celebrate Omnitracs Outlook 2016 at our final night gala. Start with a cocktail reception and then move to the ballroom for a three-course seated dinner. You won’t want to miss this night and our soon to be announced entertainment.
9. Break out of the winter rut
We’re packing the agenda with incredible learning and networking opportunities that will help invigorate you. And we’re doing this in Dallas, where highs are expected to be around 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Make time to walk through the Hilton Anatole’s peaceful outdoor sculpture garden to really beat the winter blues.
10. Networking the relaxing way – Top Golf
Arrive on Sunday for an afternoon at Top Golf Dallas. Kick off your conference with this networking event in a casual atmosphere.
Need more reasons to attend Outlook? Download our justification guide to learn how to convince stakeholders that you need to go. For more information about Outlook 2016, visit www.omnitracs.com/outlook
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