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FleetLocate by Spireon to Showcase Enterprise Fleet Solutions at NAFA 2019

It’s a fact, I&E is the largest show for Fleet Professionals, drawing more than 1,000 professionals from around the world. By attending I&E, you will experience cutting-edge products, learn about strategies and solutions to today’s fleet concerns, network with hundreds of fleet professionals from all fleet segments, and participate in professional development seminars.

Conference Dates: April 15-17

Conference Location: Louisville, KY | Booth #1141

Learn more: https://nafa19.snoball.events/e/spireon-inc

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GoldStar by Spireon at the International Car Rental Show

Where the global car rental industry connects! International Car Rental Show takes you into what is happening today in the world of car rental with actionable intelligence on the latest trends that drive your business performance.

Conference Dates: April 14-16

Conference Location: Las Vegas, NV | Paris Hotel, Booth #315

Learn more: https://www.nafainstitute.org/Home.aspx

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FleetLocate by Spireon Joins 2019 TMC Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition

The Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition is home to trucking’s leading fleet professionals, vehicle manufacturers, and component suppliers. TMC is North America’s premier technical conference for trucking, and it’s an event you simply must attend to stay current on industry practices.

Conference Dates: March 18-21, 2019

Conference Location: Georgia World Congress Center | Atlanta, GA | Booth #2823

Learn more:  https://tmcannual.trucking.org/

NADA – National Automobile Dealers Association Show

Industry leaders, manufacturers, exhibitors and other key players convene each year at the NADA Show to learn the latest tools, tactics and industry trends, see the hottest new automotive products and technologies, and make important connections with one another in the unique atmosphere that only the National Automobile Dealers Association can provide.

Conference Dates: January 25-27, 2019

Conference Location: Moscone Center |San Francisco, CA | Booth #6439W

Learn more:  https://show.nada.org/2019/

Register for Spireon Webinars

New or Recorded webinars are available on a variety of subjects for BHPH dealers, auto lenders, franchise dealers and fleet, trailer and asset managers. From driver safety, fleet cost savings, ELD compliance, preparing for Tax Season car sales, and much more.
Don’t Miss Out, register today.

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In case you missed our SVP of FAI Strategy and Business Development, Roni Taylor’s webinar:

Get Smart: Best Practices for Rightsizing Your Trailer Fleet:

Not long ago, trailer telematics was tech only top fleets employed. Today, soaring adoption rates signal trailer management is critical to crushing it in a high-demand market. Hear from seasoned pros at marquee transportation companies tell how they are maximizing utilization, rightsizing busy trailer fleets, and killing the competition.

In case you missed our CMO, Carla Fitgerald’s session at the 2018 Driving Sales event:

Next Generation Automotive Customer Lifecycle: How Connectivity is Transforming the Buying Experience for Consumers and Dealers Alike

Identify blindspots in the automotive lifecycle, and learn which factors most affect the purchase process
Learn about data relating to how dealerships manage inventory and its impact on sales
Uncover notable trends and insights critical to shaping the future car buying and maintenance

In case you missed our VP of Product Management, Sunil Marolia’s session at the 2018 Automobile Intelligence Summit:

If Cars Could Talk: Using Vehicle Intelligence to Improve Financial Performance

While the consumer digital footprint continues to provide new insights into the automotive customer lifecycle, what about the physical activities of car buyers and owners? What can we learn from seeing how consumers test-drive, buy, use and service their vehicles? Vehicle telematics was once the purview of auto manufacturers only, but today, telematics solutions are available to a wide range of businesses that open the door to a new understanding of automotive consumers. This session will explore how vehicle telematics — and the insights gleaned from it — can be used by auto retailers, lenders, rental companies, insurance companies and many others to change the way they engage with consumers and thereby improve their financial performance.

Takeaways:
Understand the current blind spots that exist in the automotive customer lifecycle and the impact they have on the bottom line.
Learn how telematics technology — including GPS, vehicle diagnostics and driving data — can illuminate those blind spots to improve customer engagement and increase profitability.
Explore opportunities for new and improved revenue streams by applying vehicle intelligence to operational problems around unused inventory, service growth, lease management and more.

In case you missed our CTO, Rick Gruenhagen’s Panel session at the 2018 Automobility event (AutoMobility LA panelists discuss promise, challenge of blockchain in automotive):

Automotive Blockchain Equal Parts Promise, Skepticism

SOURCE: WARDS AUTO – In automotive applications, the blockchain also faces latency issues, a major technical hurdle to its deployment. It simply does not work as quickly as current methods for helping dealers track used-car inventory, for example. But with 250 million connected cars expected to prowl the world’s roadways by 2020 and the 20 million connected devices around the world doubling every few years, there could be a large role for blockchain to play in protecting transactions and even pushing over-the-air updates down to suppliers from automakers…Rick Gruenhagen, chief technical officer at Spireon, a cloud-based GPS vehicle tracker and fleet manager, says the promise of blockchain will be realized only when the industry buys in. “If it is to work, everybody needs to embrace it,” he says.