TMW announces TransForum 2014 and 2015

TMW announces TransForum 2014 and 2015

Locations and dates have been announced by TMW Systems for its annual TransForum User Conference and Exhibition in 2014 and 2015. In 2014, TransForum will be held from Sept. 21 through 24 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn. In 2015, TransForum will be held Sept. 13 through 16 at the Orlando World Center Marriott in Orlando, Fla.

The TransForum event is an educational conference designed for TMW software users in the transportation and logistics, private fleet, distribution, field service, construction, oilfield services, waste management and ready-mix concrete industries, as well as heavy-duty repair and service centers. The annual conference averages approximately 1,700 attendees from across North America.

Over 300 individual software and business management educational sessions are offered at TransForum. In addition, the event features a concurrent exhibition of TMW Systems technology and service partners offering a selection of complementary solutions aligned with their existing TMW applications.

“Planning the TransForum User Conference two years out allows TMW to secure locations from across the U.S. that are large enough to hold this vital and expanding customer event,” stated Scott Vanselous, EVP of marketing at TMW. “Our customers, our employees and our partners benefit from the learning and networking value of the most comprehensive educational conference in the transportation industry.”

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