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From compliance to IT: The Omnitracs Outlook 2020 sessions are here!

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Christine Krumbholz
Corporate Events Director

Omnitracs Outlook 2020 promises to not only be our most exciting user conference yet, but deliver a full agenda of robust, relevant content strategically tailored to fit your specific business needs. We’re excited to share a few of our confirmed breakout sessions that will be featured at our sixth-annual user conference and cover topics including loads, routes, recruitment, safety, assets, and strategy.

Experienced industry experts will join us in Las Vegas to lead over 60 educational sessions. Among them are Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Office of Enforcement and Compliance Director Joe DeLorenzo, Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance Director of the Roadside Inspection Program Kerri Wirachowsky, and Private Motor Truck Council of Canada President Mike Millian.

An expert outlines how to leverage Omnitracs One

Omnitracs One is here and ready to help you optimize every mile while streamlining daily operations! Since its highly-anticipated release, you might be wondering if this is the right choice for your company.

Join Tom Baughman, Vice President of Information Technology at Kenan Advantage Group, to get a better understanding of the capabilities and benefits of Omnitracs One and why they’re betting on this next big innovation.

Updates and impacts of present and post-ELD Mandates

Now that the U.S. ELD Mandate grandfather clause deadline has passed, it’s time to shift focus to the upcoming Canadian mandate that is set for June 12, 2021. Attendees will be able to compare the similarities and differences between previous rules and the U.S. mandate and hear how regulatory changes from the U.S. or Canada could impact their business.

Whether you are Canada- or U.S.-based, you won’t want to miss this session that will help you prepare for compliance.

Arming your network in the age of cyberattacks

Technological advancements are key and even necessary to industry growth, but with benefit comes risk. Hackers are able to infiltrate even the most secure systems containing sensitive data and costing companies an average of $3.92 million in 2019 alone.

Hear Omnitracs Chief Information Security Officer Sharon Reynolds outline the latest threats and steps you can take to ensure the security and integrity of your networks.

Benefits of centralized cloud-based data

Having to pull information about your fleet from several different places can waste time and money for drivers and back-office teams. Learn how leveraging an all-in-one cloud-based platform to house your routing, dispatching, compliance, and business intelligence/reporting solutions can increase efficiency, reduce operational costs, and set your business up for growth.

Balancing the Amazon Effect on customer expectations with last mile costs

Half of all B2B buyers are millennials that have come to expect the same speed and service they get from Amazon from every company they encounter. Now that they’re growing into decision-making roles, a main concern among business owners is balancing high expectations with low operational costs.

In this session, we will discuss the rise in B2B delivery demands, last-mile as a competitive advantage, and controlling costs through customer segmentation.

Utilizing technology to improve driver experience

Having disconnected teams, systems, and processes can break down virtually every aspect of your operation — from communication to load planning.

Load One Transportation CEO John Elliott will cover how implementing an Omnitracs Transportation Management System can reduce deadhead miles, increase profits, and improve driver and customer retention by optimizing your trucks and loads.

View the full list of Omnitracs Outlook 2020 breakout sessions and register now to join us at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas from February 16-19!