McLeod User Conference

McLeod Software User Conference: a mecca for networking

Want to network with more than 1,000 transportation industry professionals? McLeod Software will host its annual User Conference September 30–October 2, 2018, at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex in Birmingham AL.

At the conference, attendees can meet more than 300 members of the McLeod Software team and enjoy 14 hours of networking events with more than 1,000 event participants.

Learn best practices from McLeod customers who openly share their experiences. Gain education in 70-plus breakout sessions featuring diverse learning tracks for Operations, Accounting, and Management. Get personalized one-on-one training with a McLeod professional.

Learn about the newest McLeod products and hear about future technologies that will impact the future of trucking. In these sessions, McLeod’s product development teams will introduce you to new products as well as new capabilities added to existing products over the past year.

In Product Idea Exchange Sessions, McLeod’s product development teams will interact with customers to share new ideas for capabilities and enhancements to products. If you have a product idea you would like to share with us, we want to hear about it.

Operations Excellence Process Management Sessions will focus on one end-to-end business process, and all of the different capabilities or modules in products that can be used to manage it. These sessions are led by McLeod and include customers who want to share their experiences in process automation and process management.

In McLeod Partner Sessions, you will hear from certified McLeod Integration Partners and some leaders from the trucking and logistics industry associations.

On Wednesday, October 3rd, McLeod University will be in session. These full-day classes provide an in-depth focus on a specific product or operations subject. All classes are for users of LoadMaster and PowerBroker; these classes carry an additional fee.

See www.mcleodsoftware.com for more details.

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