Transfinder to hold 4th client conference

Posted on April 29, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas — School transportation software supplier Transfinder will hold its annual client conference here next week.

The fourth edition of the event will be held May 6-8 at the Hyatt Regency in Austin.

At the conference luncheon on the 7th, world-renowned mountaineer Gary Guller will give the keynote address, titled "Inspirational Leadership and Effective Teamwork: Make Others Greater and Success is Guaranteed."

More than 200 school transportation officials from 110 school districts in 31 states and Canada are expected to attend the conference.

The event will offer more than 30 classroom and hands-on computer sessions devoted to using Transfinder's suite of software solutions. Also, there will be a one-day management workshop, led by Director of Professional Services Dan Roberts, titled "Best Practices in Student Transportation."

New this year is a special session for contractors, focusing on how to use Transfinder's solutions to build business and increase service.

"I am pleased to be back in Texas and leading a tremendous lineup of training sessions, developed and taught by our highly skilled client services team," President and CEO Antonio Civitella said. "Besides an intensive learning experience that focuses on the solutions our clients need to provide invaluable service to their communities, we continue to offer great networking opportunities so they can exchange best practices with each other and collaborate with us."

Related Topics: conferences, efficiency, routing, software systems

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