XRS opens registration for conference

XRS Corp. has officially opened registration for its 2013 XRS User Event (XUE). This year’s event will be held Aug. 18-20 at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis, MN.

Keynote speakers will include Don Mann, author of Inside Seal Team Six: My Life and Missions with America’s Elite Warriors,” and Annette Sandberg, a longtime transportation consultant and former FMCSA administrator.

Mann will share his story of physical and mental toughness and insight into the inner workings of the training and secret missions of the world’s most respected and feared combat unit. Along the way, he will draw parallels to strategic business leadership challenges and opportunities.

Sandberg will share her outlook on safety and compliance issues impacting fleet managers, operations directors, IT staff and drivers, with a focus on how technology can help improve safety and efficiency in all facets of the trucking industry.

“Following our 2012 event, the entire XRS team looked for ways to provide even more valuable content to our users in 2013,” said Jay Coughlan, chairman & CEO. “This year, we’re taking XUE to the next level, with a pair of headlining speakers that boast deep strategic insight, not just in the trucking industry, but across the business and leadership spectrum. Just as 2012 represented out company’s transformation into a mobile-focused enterprise, XUE 2013 will build upon our positive momentum as an organization and showcase our most deeply held strategic philosophies.”

XUE 2013 will feature an education program, presentations and opportunities to meet, socialize and share success stories with other users. XRS team members will be on hand to answer questions, offer advice and interact with users.

Those interested in attending XUE 2013 can visit www.xueconference.com to register online and receive a special early registration rate through March 29, 2013.

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