If you missed “Why You Need Telematics in Hot and Slow Economies,” the webinar we sponsored recently with FreightWaves, good news—you can now view the recording in short clips or in full, by clicking the link below.
The first half of 2020 has been incredibly volatile, forcing carriers to re-think their strategies for the year. Particularly when times are uncertain, it is critical for fleets to optimize productivity, right-size their fleets and cut costs. However, even when the economy is good, businesses need to operate as efficiently as possible in order to keep up with higher demand, and telematics can help during both of these times.
To explore the importance of telematics in helping fleets operate at their best potential during both hot and slow economies, FreightWaves and Spireon partnered to present an hour-long webinar last month to share what carriers are experiencing and how to operate as efficiently as possible during this time.
Key areas of discussion:
- Economic overview of the primary factors impacting fleets
- Tips for operating during uncertain economic conditions
- How telematics can help optimize business performance during good and uncertain times
About Your Speakers
Vice President of Carrier Profitability,
Program Manager for the TCA Profitability Program
Chris Henry has spent his entire 20-year career in transportation. In 2014, he founded the online motor carrier benchmarking service StakUp. As a result of a partnership with the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) in 2015, StakUp was rebranded as inGauge and Henry became the program manager for the TCA Profitability Program (TPP), an exclusive benchmarking initiative that includes more than 230 motor carrier participants throughout North America. Since joining the program, participation in TPP has grown over 300%. In June 2019, StakUp was acquired by FreightWaves and Henry became its vice president of carrier profitability, in addition to his role with TPP.
Anthony started his career off in tech as a Commercialization Associate, where he identified and evaluated emerging technologies and innovations, then transitioned to a Corporate Economist & Consultant where he advised CXO leaders and Fortune 500 companies on economic analysis, industry trends and internal strategy. Anthony’s clients varied from construction, trucking, industrial, software, manufacturing and retail industries.