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How technology ensure scalability and steady growth
New York, United States - October 02, 2019
Conference / congress


How to optimize costs and enhance driverse performance by introducing OBD2-based solutions to the existing IT landscape?

Case: Hiring, firing, training, evaluating, motivating and retaining highly skilled drivers based on real-time data gathered from vehicles

Why build a single digital system? What benefits does integrating warehouse, fleet, and route management and other operational solutions bring?

Case: Building a single internal digital ecosystem allowing to manage routes, warehouse, fleet maintenance, drivers performance, time of the delivery, etc.

How can developing custom non-for-profit apps help to increase sales and retention?

Case: App providing the added value to a buyer and contributing to a faster deal closure

October 02, 2019

11:00 am to 12:00 pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Online Webinar


Contact for booking / more info:
Anna Lytvynenko
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