Four Days at TIA with DAT

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DAT’s crew had a great four days in Phoenix mixing and mingling with our friends at TIA Capital Ideas 2024. Like every year, we learned so much and came home with new ideas and perspectives to implement at the office. 

Our in-house experts were busy at TIA, too, leading panels and discussions during the entire event. Their panels and learning labs focused on cybersecurity, fraud prevention, AI and ML applications in transportation and logistics, leveraging data for growth, and an economic update. 

Here’s a quick recap:

Panel: Collaborative Cyber Security And The Rise Of Fraud

  •    Explored escalating cyber threats in transportation
  •    Emphasized collaborative cybersecurity initiatives
  •    Discussed real-world incidents and consequences
  •    Presented collaborative cybersecurity approaches

We even featured a fraud checklist that any brokerage can use – check it out for free here.

Learning Lab: Network Governance: Strategies to Defend Your Brokerage Against Industry Fraud

  •    Covered tactics used by fraudsters in freight
  •    Shared strategies and technologies to detect and prevent fraud
  •    Highlighted the importance of industry collaboration

Learning Lab: How AI Can Power Supply Chain Innovation

  •    Explored AI’s role in supply chain innovation
  •    Discussed democratizing access to industry data
  •    Addressed optimizing efficiency and security with AI
  •    Talked about streamlining onboarding and reducing idea-to-product timeframes (read more about this here)

Panel: Empowering Transportation and Logistics: Embracing AI & ML

  •    Explored AI and ML’s potential impact on the industry
  •    Discussed the role of technology in driving innovation
  •    Explored possibilities of enhancing efficiency and cost-effectiveness

Learning Lab: Fueling Growth: Unleashing the Power of Data in Your Freight Brokerage Journey

  •    Explored leveraging data insights for brokerage growth with a broker partner, Reliable Transportation Solutions (read the case study)
  •    Shared tips from industry experts and successful brokerages
  •    Provided guidance on effective data utilization

Panel: 2024 Economic Update

  •    Provided an update on the economic landscape
  •    Featured findings from industry reports
  •    Analyzed current economic trends

These sessions highlighted the importance of collaboration, leveraging technology, and data-driven insights to address challenges and drive growth in the transportation and logistics industry.

And we closed out the event with DAT sponsoring a big party in the desert. 

Click here for more info from TIA.

But what’s next for DAT events? 

DAT Engage – Chicago

Chicago – we are coming to see you! Our team will be on the ground meeting with our carrier and brokerage customers and running personalized product training throughout the region. Want us to come to your office? Make sure we don’t miss you by filling out the form at the link below. If you’ve got questions, reach out to your account manager. 

Click here to see us in Chicago.

DATCON 2024 – Kansas City 

DATCON is where the industry decides its future. Every year, DAT users gather for transportation’s premier event. The two-day conference features inspiring keynote addresses, high-profile sessions with industry experts, hands-on product training in the Innovation Zone, and endless networking opportunities.  

You will gain knowledge and insights to propel your business into its next chapter. With unique programming tracks based on where you are in your journey, you’ll go home with myriad ways to succeed and prosper. 

Want a major early bird discount to DATCON? Click below to unlock a special ticket price of $895 (a $600 savings off the full price). But don’t wait too long, this offer expires on May 31st, 2024.

Meet with the industry’s brightest minds by clicking here.


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