Motive Technologies
Motive, a fleet telematics provider, will host its inaugural Innovation Summit on April 9-10, 2024, in Nashville, Tennessee.

Motive announces inaugural Innovation Summit

March 5, 2024
Motive’s customer conference seeks to build a network of next-generation operations leaders.

Motive, a fleet telematics provider, will host its inaugural Innovation Summit on April 9-10, 2024, in Nashville, Tennessee. The summit will bring business leaders, industry experts, and innovators together for hands-on expert training, educational sessions highlighting real-world customer successes, and product demonstrations.

“Our vision is to unlock the potential of the people who run the physical economy. The Motive Innovation Summit is a chance for leaders from different industries to come together to discuss their big strategic challenges, hone their skills with industry experts, and share their own experiences and expertise,” said Shoaib Makani, co-founder and CEO of Motive. “Attendees will go home with new ideas and access to cutting-edge technology from Motive to make their operations safer and more productive.”

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Attendees will learn how to achieve better results through real customer success stories, sessions with industry experts, and new product demonstrations. Topics on the agenda include:

  • A safety certification involving Motive’s technology capabilities. This boot camp-style session will give safety leaders the modern-day program development skills necessary to achieve better data-driven decisions, driver adoption, and faster ROI. 
  • How to build a world-class safety strategy that reduces risk on the road. Motive experts and industry leaders will discuss the current state of safety and the important steps to protecting businesses, employees, and community. 
  • How businesses can spot and reduce fraud. Attendees will learn about the growing prevalence of fraud in our economy and the measures to enact to detect and reduce it, protecting operations and increasing profits. 
  • An outlook on the regulatory landscape of the future. This session will cover the latest regulatory topics, including the updated DOT regulatory agenda, CARB, advocacy on various safety issues, and expectations for 2024 and beyond. 
  • What economists say about what’s next for the physical economy. This will be a deep dive into the shifting challenges leaders in physical operations faced in 2023 and what opportunities may lie ahead. 
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