Innovation Conference at WTS20 highlights how technology and best practices drive business success
FastCap LLC president Paul Akers to present the keynote address
The Work Truck Show 2020 runs March 3–6 at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Educational sessions, Green Truck Summit, and Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference begin March 3. The exhibit hall opens March 4 and runs through noon on March 6.
Following Akers' keynote address, conference attendees can participate in a variety of general sessions. Each will include time for questions and group discussion.
During Selecting an ERP System to Add Value to Your Work Truck Operation, representatives from NTEA member companies will share their experiences choosing and using an ERP system, including identifying needs and adding value to their organizations. Software industry experts also will discuss selection strategies.
Attendees at Building and Validating Work-Ready Welders for Your Shop will learn about a new welder development and certification program specifically designed for the work truck industry. Presenters David Ehrlich, director of education, NTEA; Rob Myers, plant manager, Switch-N-Go;
Presenters Paul Kokalis, president, Fontaine Modification;
During the session Standing Out in a Competitive Commercial Vehicle Market, NTEA members will share how they define and leverage their unique value for customers and industry partners. Adam Keane, executive vice president, Allied Body Works Inc.; Kyle Stipe, engineering supervisor, Auto Truck Group; and Dave Zelis, head of sales and marketing, Buyers Products will lead the discussion.
For a full schedule of Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference general sessions, visit worktruckshow.com/
For more information or to register, visit worktruckshow.com/
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