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Dec 13, 2016


Cyndi Brandt

Sr. Director of Product Marketing & Alliances

For private fleets looking to get more efficient in 2017, there’s an event for that. Join us at Omnitracs Outlook 2017 to get actionable tips on how to better plan routes, track vehicles, use KPIs to manage transportation, and more. 

Our Planning & Delivery track is filled with sessions that can help your fleet better cut costs, reduce miles, and manage drivers. 

Here’s just a sample of Outlook’s dozens of breakout sessions to choose from:

  • The Many Flavors of Routing: What’s Yours? - Routing methodologies go beyond just standard or dynamic. Attend this session to learn more about routing theories in the software and walk away with ideas on how to find your fleet’s ideal routing flavor.
  • Single Source Routing, Dispatching, and ELD Compliance - Join us if you think you are impacted by the ELD Mandate for even a portion of your fleet. You’ll learn how to get the best from Roadnet Anywhere Routing, Dispatching, and Mobile, and XRS.
  • Top 10 Life Hacks for Routing - Get the tools needed to make your routing more efficient during the work day. We've found the best users that have uncovered several time-saving techniques, as well as often overlooked functions that can improve the way you use routing every day. And, don’t miss similar “Top 10” sessions on territory planning and dispatching.
  • KP-Why? Using the Right KPIs to Manage Transportation - Find out from power users the key performance indicators (KPIs) that you need to truly manage your business and make meaningful change. 

Our Outlook 2017 schedule was built based on customer feedback. Our training track features Omnitracs Roadnet Insight business intelligence training, Roadnet Anywhere power training, and XRS and Omnitracs Navigation training. For the full list of breakout sessions (subject to change), go to

Omnitracs Outlook 2017 takes place February 26 – March 1 in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information, visit

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