Here’s what past attendees have to say about DATCON

Our user conference, DATCON21, is DAT’s premier event. Learning new ways to use DAT products, listening to industry experts, and networking with other transportation professionals are a few of the highlights that make DATCON so attractive. 

But don’t take our word for it! Here’s what previous attendees have to say about the value DATCON brought them.

Get the most out of DAT 

“The biggest take-away from this conference is that I realized I only use about 30% of the features I have with DAT.  You get in a rut and you do the same thing over and over. When I go back to the office I’m going to show the guys some of the things I’ve learned today.”

Rob LaForte, Owner
Columbia Fresh Transportation
Portland, OR 

Expand your transportation toolset

“We learned how to do multi-lane lookups in RateView for pricing RFPs. We used to do every single lane line item by line item.” 

Brandon Copeland, Senior Manager of Training and Development
GlobalTranz Enterprises
Scottsdale, AZ

“I would recommend people to go. I’ve seen a lot of people in the sessions realize things that they didn’t even know were in front of them and were already available to them.” 

Kristin Hurdle, VP of Operations
Cowan Systems, LLC
Baltimore, Maryland

Maximize your return on investment

“I’m just glad I went to the user conference. If you get one nugget out of it, it’s worth the money. The conference doesn’t cost that much, and if you learn even one thing that saves you from losing money or helps you make money, why wouldn’t you do it?”

Rob LaForte, Owner
Columbia Fresh Transportation
Portland, OR

“There’s a lot of valuable information presented to us — as a broker — that helps us run our business and makes us able to compete in a competitive industry.”

Mike Dietrich, Supply Chain Analyst
J&A Freight Systems
Chicago, IL

This year, DATCON21 is set to explore uncharted territory by including brokers, shippers, and carriers. Register today and be the first to experience the new age of DAT’s user conferences.

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