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Omnitracs Announces First-Ever Enterprise-Wide User Conference for Omnitracs, Roadnet and Sylectus Customers, Feb. 8-11, 2015 in Dallas, Texas

--Omnitracs Outlook 2015 Will Bring Together Fleet Executives, Managers and Technology Users to Improve Operations Through Educational Sessions, Product Demos and Networking--

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Omnitracs, LLC, a leading provider of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, announced today its first-ever joint user conference—Omnitracs Outlook 2015—taking place Feb. 8-11, 2015, at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. Bringing together fleet customers of Omnitracs and its business units, Roadnet and Sylectus, the conference is designed to connect fleet executives, managers, product experts, specialized technology providers and industry thought leaders for educational, networking and peer-to-peer sessions to help fleets improve operational efficiency, safety and regulatory compliance.

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"The goal of our first-ever enterprise-wide user conference is to demonstrate ways that customers of Omnitracs, Roadnet and Sylectus can maximize the value of their investment in end-to-end mobile fleet management solutions," said John Graham, CEO of Omnitracs. "It will also be an opportunity for attendees to learn more about how our vision and roadmap for enhanced SaaS offerings will help meet critical business needs for fleets across the transportation lifecycle. This will be a 'don't miss' event."

Omnitracs Outlook 2015 sessions will include product-specific break-outs targeted to users of Omnitracs, Roadnet and Sylectus solutions; cover the latest transportation and logistics technology trends; and highlight user case studies. Peer-to-peer networking opportunities and the technology expo, featuring integration partners and hands-on demos, will deliver additional value to conference participants.

"This conference will be a great opportunity for us to connect with customers and garner valuable feedback for future product strategies," said Kevin Haugh, vice president of product management and product marketing at Roadnet Technologies. "We're excited about the potential for clients to further explore new, valuable ways to gain results using our vehicle routing and mobile tracking software."

"Sylectus subscribers will be pleased to know that they will have many more transportation companies to meet and interact with," noted Kim Drouillard, director of sales and implementation at Sylectus. "The opportunity to meet and interact with quality, diverse Omnitracs and Roadnet customers will provide Sylectus carriers with more freight sharing opportunities and growth possibilities."

Registration for the conference will open in fall 2014 and additional information about the conference will be available in the coming months. To receive up-to-date information about Omnitracs Outlook 2015, please visit: www.omnitracs.com/omnitracs-outlook-2015.

Interested sponsors and exhibitors should contact [email protected].

About Omnitracs, LLC

Omnitracs is the leading provider of fleet management solutions including software applications, information services, and hardware platforms for private and for-hire fleets. The company's intuitive technologies including solutions for safety and compliance, fuel efficiency, driver retention, fleet productivity, GPS fleet tracking, and fleet maintenance, enable customers to solve common fleet problems and achieve their business objectives. Having pioneered the telematics industry more than 25 years ago as a business unit of Qualcomm, today, Omnitracs continues to serve more than  2,500 private and for-hire fleet customers and 270,000 vehicles throughout North American and Latin America.  For more information, please visit www.Omnitracs.com.

About Roadnet

Since 1983 Roadnet Technologies has been a worldwide provider of fleet and mobile management software and GPS tracking solutions for hundreds of thousands of vehicles in a broad range of industries such as foodservice, beverage, paper, medical, waste management, textile and energy. Roadnet's fleet and mobile management software provides strategic territory and street-level route plans, multi-stop vehicle routing and scheduling, wireless dispatch, vehicle telematics, fuel management, and real-time vehicle GPS tracking. Roadnet Technologies is a division of Omnitracs. For additional information about Roadnet Technologies' suite of logistics technology products visit www.roadnet.com. The company can be contacted at [email protected].

About Sylectus

Sylectus, a business unit of Omnitracs through Omnitracs Canada, Inc., is the industry leader in web-based, transportation management software (TMS) for progressive fleets. Its unique, integrated TMS enables fleets to reduce administrative overhead and paper handling costs, improve profits and enhance customer service to grow their businesses. Sylectus offers three differentiated products for progressive trucking companies: Alliance Connect, Alliance Virtual Fleet and Alliance Pro. Sylectus gives customers the power to selectively connect with hundreds of companies and thousands of trucks, post and find loads and trucks, and share available trucks, while also enabling compliance, order entry, dispatch, telematics and trip management. For more information, please visit www.sylectus.com.

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