Register now for this March 17 event to learn about award-winning technologies for mobile video collaboration by Winnipeg’s Librestream Technologies. Its Onsight Collaboration Mobile Platform allows companies to bring their experts to field situations virtually, from anywhere, at any time.
The results are:
- Dramatically improved response times
- Significantly increased equipment uptimes
- Compelling cost savings and productivity improvements for manufacturers’ service organizations
Organizers of this session will also announce details of a six-month demonstration installation of the technology at Red River College’s MotiveLab, which companies can access to see the technology at work.
This session is geared towards service organization managers, engineers and technicians, as well as executives and technology integrators.
Event & Registration Details
- Friday, March 17, 2017 (8:00 am – 10:00 am)
- Prairie Lights Meeting Room, Red River College – 2055 Notre Dame Ave., Winnipeg
- Breakfast will be provided.
- There is no cost for this session, but registration is required.
- Deadline for registration is March 13, 2017.
Register via email or telephone:
Email: email@example.com Tel: 204-945-8467
Marieke Wijtkamp is the VP of Marketing and Client Services at Librestream, with 15 years of senior leadership experience. Marieke has held prior positions in strategic planning and corporate leadership in several technology companies. Prior to Librestream, she was the President & COO of OMT, serving global radio broadcasters and retail chains. Before that, Marieke was VP, Strategic Planning at Norsat International Inc., a global satellite technology company.
Dave Baxter is the Director of Sales for Midwest at Librestream, with over 20 years’ experience in sales, sales leadership, and strategic customer initiatives. Dave has a proven track record of success in a variety of verticals including the aerospace, manufacturing, and automotive industries.
About the Technology
For manufacturers of high-value equipment for transportation, aerospace, agriculture, mining and other industries, the quality of after-sale support is a key differentiator and critical to a company’s competitiveness.
Customers’ demand for increased asset uptime and for rapid response times to service mission-critical equipment are fundamental challenges faced by teams providing in-field service.
This is made all-the-more challenging with increasing product complexity, an aging workforce and a requirement to manage or reduce costs.
Best-in-class companies are facing these challenges with technologies that leverage the “Internet of Things” to offer efficient tools for mobile video collaboration, bringing experts into the field virtually to rapidly and efficiently respond to customers’ service needs.
Presented by Vehicle Technology Centre & Red River College.