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Element Sets Agenda for Ride and Drive Event

June 09, 2016

Element Fleet Management has set the lineup for its annual ride-and-drive event that's been scheduled for June 14 at the Toronto Congress Centre in Canada.

The keynote speaker will be Paul Zikopoulos, VP of big data analytics at IBM, who will share insights on how big data and analytics is shaping the future of the fleet industry. Element subject-matter experts will also lead workshops for sales fleets about remarketing best practices and service fleets about the evolving upfitting market.

Kristi Webb, president and CEO of Element Fleet Management, will give a presentation sharing Element's vision of growth and the company's investment in next-generation technology.

"Our aim is to continue to empower our clients by providing insights into every aspect of their fleet operations, from costs and benchmarking trends to driver information and safety, environmental impact vehicle maintenance and more; and at the same time, deliver the extraordinary level of service they have come to expect from Element," said Sébastien Blondin, president of Element Fleet Management's Canada business unit.

Full details about the event have been posted to the event website here.

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