DAT has something special planned for the TIA conference

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UPDATE: The TIA Capital Ideas Conference has been rescheduled to August 19-22, 2020 in Austin, TX.

DAT will be unveiling brand new products at the Transportation Intermediaries Association Capital Ideas Conference that will help you take the uncertainty out of freight. We’ve also got a surprise in store for attendees, so be sure to swing by the DAT booth to take advantage.

While you’re there, be one of the first to try out DAT’s advanced data analytics and forecasting tools, each built to give you the clearest view of the road ahead.

Learn about the many benefits of being a TIA member

DAT will be located in booth #400 at the 2020 TIA Capital Ideas Conference in Austin, TX, Aug. 19-22.

  • Ratecast – DAT’s new predictive rates model gives you the jump on short-term market effects, as well as the ability to plan for the year ahead, with pricing forecasts based on 183 million annual freight matches and $68 billion in market transactions per year.
  • Market Conditions Index – The most sophisticated measurement of supply and demand in every freight market, which gives you a comprehensive and dynamic indicator of future changes in prices for dry van, reefer and flatbed freight.
  • Book Now – The new Book Now option in DAT load boards enables users to automate the freight-tendering process while preserving your relationships between brokers, carriers and shippers. Book Now gives carriers the ability to book freight and lock in the rate with the click of a button so you can focus on more pressing business.

DAT also will be hosting a panel discussion on how to manage the uncertainty in freight, and will be hosting the DAT Grand Slam party at the SPIN ping pong club.

See you in Austin!

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