Telematics Update will unite the telematics industry with fleet operators such as Scania, TNT, Iron Mountain and Renault at the Telematics for Fleet Management Conference this March is Amsterdam, Netherlands, to discuss how to develop integrated solutions that will deliver ROI for fleets.
The speaker line-up for the highly anticipated Telematics for Fleet Management Europe Conferencehas now been confirmed. Speakers from Daimler FleetBoard, Volvo, Renault, Scania and Nissan amongst other fleet telematics experts will share their key OEM announcements for 2013. Fleet managers from TNT, Iron Mountain and Telent will guide an audience of leading telematics service providers, fleet management professionals and tier two suppliers on the requirements of large, medium-sized and small fleets, as well as share facts and stats relating to ROI from the end-customer’s perspective. This presents a huge learning opportunity for fleets and the telematics community.
Telematics for Fleet Management Europe 2013 is Europe's largest and most focussed B2B conference for the commercial telematics, automotive, insurance and vehicle ICT industry. The top-notch speaker line-up promises a comprehensive insight into a range of topics. According to Daimler FleetBoard, “the conference is an excellent opportunity to understand recent and future trends.”
The conference’s independently researched agenda will address the challenges the fleet telematics market is facing today. Telematics Update has announced the eventwill focus on fleet end-user requirements such as increasing driver and operational efficiency to determine which fleet management solutions deliver ROI.
Now in its 10th year, Telematics for Fleet Management Europe is the largest dedicated forum in Europe for bringing together the leaders in the fleet telematics community and is set to feature exclusive keynote sessions including:
The event also provides excellent networking opportunities. The 2013 event will showcase 200+ executive delegates, 25+ senior-level telematics speakers, 20+ hours of networking and 15+ business focussed sessions. According to Scania, “on top of the conference content, this show gives you the opportunity to network with new and existing partners in the market.”
The complete European Telematics for Fleet Management 2013 conference program and speaker line-up is available via the website http://www.telematicsupdate.com/fleeteurope/,or the Telematics Update team are available to answer any questions via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is now open on the website: https://secure.telematicsupdate.com/fleeteurope/register.php
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