Trimble Transform 2015 to hit Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne

By on 7 April, 2015

Transform 2015

The 2015 Trimble user conference, Transform 2015, will be travelling across Australia this May.

The conference will visit Brisbane on May 13th, Sydney on May 19th, and Melbourne on May 28th.

At Transform 2015, for the first time in Australia, you can find out about Trimble’s complete portfolio of solutions whether you are trying to:

  • Construct, maintain and operate roads, buildings railways or civil infrastructure in less time, at lower cost, while achieving higher quality and environmental standards;
  • Enhance productivity, safety and compliance of energy, natural resource and utility operations and manage internal resources with precision; or
  • Transport goods in reduced time and at reduced costs or manage large fleets of service vehicles to improve customer service while lowering costs.

At the conference, you’ll hear from Trimble senior management, as well as local industry and product experts about local and global trends. You’ll also find out about the latest technology, including yet-to-be announced solutions.

You can find out more about the conference, including venue and registration information, at the Transform 2015 website.

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