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Data Driven Maintenance: Moving from Proactive to Predictive

Maintenance shops, regardless of their size or IT structure hold a wealth of information. Capitalizing on that data through advanced analysis and turning information into preventative and predictive action is a key and often misunderstood process. Monitoring is not enough.

Join TMW Systems, Sr. Product Manager, Asset Maintenance Solutions, Greg Peck and Royal Trucking, Chief Information Officer, Kent Parkinson for a deep dive into ways your fleet can use data to predict failures before they sideline your fleet, and identify and prevent chronic problems and underperforming resources before they drag down your operation.

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Greg Peck

Product Manager, TMW Systems

Greg Peck joined TMW in 1998 and has since served TMW customers through key areas including customer support, quality, implementation, analysis, consulting services and others. Prior to joining TMW, Greg managed maintenance needs for a variety of LTL, Truckload and Refrigerated carriers. In his current role Greg is responsible for strategic level product planning of Asset Maintenance tools from TMW.

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Kent Parkinson

Chief Information Officer, Royal Trucking

Kent Parkinson is Chief Information Officer at Royal Trucking, a rapidly growing, mid-sized truckload carrier offering coast-to-cost services for the US and Canada. Since joining Royal in 2015, Parkinson has been responsible for the transformation of Royal’s IT team to an IT service management solution oriented organization and has implemented business process analysis to identify areas for workflow improvement, cost reductions, and solutions for the business. With nearly 30 years of IT focused experience, Kent has a proven reputation in the industry including a 2016 win as TMW Innovator of the Year for Business Intelligence.

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Original Webinar Date:
3/1/2018 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM EDT