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Telogis announces Latitude 2012 conference

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Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane will give keynote address at the conference aimed at helping businesses understand the benefit of location intelligence.

| May 9, 2012

LISO VIEJO, Calif.— Telogis will host Telogis Latitude, a forum of companies that have transformed their business and mission critical operations through the location intelligence. The conference, to be held May 21-24 at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, Calif., will give attendees the opportunity to network with their peers, share best practices with global enterprises and take part in interactive demonstrations of the Telogis Platform of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions.

Telogis Latitude sponsors include industry leaders, such as Ford Motor Company, AT&T, Volvo Americas, Nokia, Travelers Insurance, Freightliner, ARI, Motorola, and Schrader International, that are all leveraging location intelligence to transform their customers’ operations.

Billy Beane, the Oakland A’s general manager and subject of the Academy Award Best Picture-nominee Moneyball, will be a keynote presenter. Using advanced statistical analysis frowned on by scouts at the time, Beane signed players who were undervalued by the market but had a proven ability to get on base and score runs.

Customer-led breakout sessions feature three business tracks – Operational Excellence, Executive & Best Practices, and Technical Platform – covering 18 educational topics. Topics include driving ROI, achieving operational excellence, vehicle telematics, route optimization and work management, fuel management, driver safety and insurance telematics. These breakout sessions will feature panels of Telogis customers and will address the most pressing needs of the audience. The sessions focus on industry best practices and how these leading customers are leveraging the Telogis Platform to achieve a more efficient and productive mobile workforce.

For more information, visit: Latitude.Telogis.com

 

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