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Roadnet announces Users Conference schedule

Roadnet Technologies has announced the schedule for its 2012 Users Conference, coined Roadnet Roundup, to be held Oct. 22-24 at the Hyatt Regency Miami.

The “Destination Roadnet Roundup”-themed conference is designed to offer current customers new insights into the use of Roadnet Transportation Suite’s routing software, as well as to provide industry information. This year’s event will include approximately 35 different breakout sessions covering topics ranging from tracking salespeople to understanding transportation costs and extending the value of fleet management software.

There will also be networking opportunities for attendees to exchange ideas and experiences.

Bill Rancic, a nationally-recognized entrepreneur, best-selling author and television personality, will deliver the keynote address at this year’s conference. Rancic is best known for being first winner of NBC’s hit show The Apprentice. He currently stars in the reality show Giuliana and Bill as well as hosting America Now.

In addition, the 2012 Roadie Award winners will be revealed at the Users Conference, a competition that recognizes customers that have achieved excellence in categories that include running green, operating efficiency and innovation. Routing software customers can visit the Users Conference website to complete nominations for the Roadies.       

“After receiving customer input over the course of several years to organize a Users Conference, the response to our inaugural effort in 2010 was overwhelmingly positive,” said Len Kennedy, CEO. “Since that event, we have invested a considerable amount of effort to incorporate a higher degree of value into the upcoming conference. This will be accomplished by increasing the number of breakout sessions by approximately 40%, offering hands-on training opportunities, and adding timely and useful subject matters as prescribed by past attendees.”

For complete information about the vehicle routing conference, including summaries of the available breakout sessions visit

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