Trimble showcases customer-driven platform strategy

Trimble showcases customer-driven platform strategy

Trimble kicked off its 2022 Insight Tech Conference + Expo by highlighting its focus on empowering and enabling carriers, shippers and brokers to work better together. In the opening session, Trimble leaders detailed its Connect and Scale 2025 strategy, centered on building industry-leading cloud platforms to streamline the industry lifecycle of transportation—from procurement to planning to execution.

To support this commitment to collaboration, the 2022 edition of Insight showcases a variety of transportation industry suppliers, including integration partners and providers of competing solutions. This inclusive approach provides attendees with an unparalleled opportunity to learn about technology trends, share ideas and gain inspiration to enhance all aspects of their operations.

After hosting the event virtually in 2020 and 2021, this year’s in-person conference featured four days of networking and educational opportunities among industry leaders. The opening session also gave attendees the opportunity to learn about Trimble’s continued commitment to creating an ecosystem for all transportation stakeholders to be more connected.

The 2022 Insight Tech Conference + Expo took place Aug. 14-17 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Florida. Highlights from this year’s agenda include hundreds of educational sessions, customer recognition through the 2022 Ovation Awards and an engaging keynote with Microsoft’s Scott Guthrie, executive vice president, Cloud + AI Group.

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