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Trimble moves annual in.sight conference to virtual format; registration open for August event

Trimble moves annual in.sight conference to virtual format; registration open for August event
Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Trimble Transportation has adapted its 2020 in.sight user conference + expo to an online format.

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Registration is now open for Trimble’s 2020 in.sight user conference + expo, which will be held as a virtual event Aug. 24-26.

“Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our customers, partners and employees. As we have closely monitored the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to hold in.sight online in 2020,” said James Langley, senior vice president of Trimble Transportation.

“One of the things that COVID-19 has demonstrated is how important it is for the industry to work together,” he continued. “This year’s virtual event is designed to facilitate that collaboration, with educational and networking opportunities that uncover new ways to improve every part of the supply chain.”

Reflecting Trimble’s dedication to working together to improve the industry, the theme for this year’s in.sight conference is “We Are One.” The three-day event is open to all transportation suppliers and technology vendors, including integration partners and providers of competing solutions. This inclusive approach will allow users from across the supply chain can share ideas and discover new ways to increase performance and efficiency.

“Our customers are waking up to an increasingly connected supply chain, and they need us to support their technology choices. The endgame is pretty simple: Provide greater value to the customer by being more open,” Langley said.

“Attendees can take part in in.sight and connect not just with us, but also with many of their other vendors, partners and peers,” he added. “That’s what collaboration is all about — to tackle the supply chain’s biggest challenges, together.”

This year’s agenda features three days of educational sessions, engaging speakers, networking events and other opportunities to share ideas and work together to make transportation more connected and efficient. The comprehensive sponsorships and exhibitor options have been reimagined for a virtual environment, and new and returning suppliers and vendors are encouraged to check out the range of new options available this year.

For more information about the event, including registration and exhibitor and sponsor opportunities, click here.

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