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in.sight Concludes with Engaging Supply Chain Panel and Announcement of 2020 Dates

The 2019 in.sight user conference + expo wrapped up in Houston on Wednesday, September 18, concluding three days of education, networking and engagement with some of the brightest minds in the transportation industry.

As the conference came to a close, the Wednesday, September 18 agenda included an event to provide attendees with an opportunity to hear directly from their peers about the digital transformation of the supply chain and how to successfully leverage data to address some key industry challenges.

Sponsored by FreightWaves, “Digital Transformation: Using Data to Maximize Supply Chain Efficiency”, featured a wide-ranging panel discussion on topics such as data and analytics, driver retention and advances in safety technology such as video.

Moderated by Dean Croke, former chief insight officer at FreightWaves, the panel included:

  • Cliff Dixon, Chief Information Officer, Quality Distribution
  • Bob Goldberg, Principal, BG Transport Services
  • Darren Levine, VP, Information Technology, Contrans Corp.
  • Darren Wood, General Manager, Technology & Innovation, Ron Finemore Transport

Look for more highlights from this panel in future posts, as we feature some of the great discussions and key learnings in more detail.


Florida, Here We Come!

The dates for the 2020 edition of in.sight were also revealed at the conclusion of the Wednesday, September 18 closing session. In 2020, in.sight is headed to the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Florida, with the event to be held August 23-26, 2020.

“Each year, in.sight provides our customers and other industry professionals with an unparalleled opportunity to interact and share best practices on leveraging technology to make transportation safer and more efficient,” said James Langley, senior vice president of Trimble’s Transportation Sector. “We look forward to hosting our event in Orlando in 2020 and continuing to provide a forum for these important discussions.”

Look for more details on the 2020 event soon. For more information in the meantime, visit