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Syncron will sponsor and participate in the next annual Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) conference

Syncron will sponsor and participate in the AEM 2022 Annual Conference in Napa, CA, connecting with service organizations in the equipment manufacturing industry.

ATLANTE, November 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Syncron today announced its sponsorship of and participation in the following upcoming conference in November 2022:

AEM Annual Conference 2022: Braving the Elements Hosted by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) November 16-18, 2022 The Meritage Resort and Spa, Napa, CA.

The annual AEM conference is an opportunity for service leaders to connect and explore the future of the equipment manufacturing industry. Expert-led training and events help service organizations adapt and prepare for future growth. Department heads will have the opportunity to network and engage in direct conversation with suppliers, peers and subject matter experts to help them explore and navigate the unique challenges of the manufacturing industry. equipment.

Attendees will also gain valuable industry insights through a comprehensive program of insightful breakout sessions, breakout panel discussions, and candid conversations with industry leaders shaping the manufacturing industry. of equipment. Scheduled discussion topics range from sustainability to corporate responsibility and leadership.

Sustainability is at the forefront of many corporate programs, and the right enablement solutions can align those priorities with future growth. By linking service level and cost analysis to the carbon emissions of logistics methods, service managers can align operational and sustainability improvements with the achievement of higher profitability.

“Sustainability is a global priority at its heart, with country and company leaders aiming for the same outcome of lower carbon emissions,” said Justin Konopaske, director of industry solutions, Syncron. “While sustainability is sometimes viewed as an additional cost or change, the right enablement solutions enable service organizations to operationalize sustainability and simultaneously increase profitability.”

Supporting its participation in the annual AEM conference, Syncron recently announced a technician empowerment initiative pushed by their Parts Catalog and Knowledge of services solutions. Together, these components provide a comprehensive, on-demand knowledge base and troubleshooting platform that enables field service technicians to increase productivity, reduce wasted parts to align with sustainability initiatives and optimize customer satisfaction.

Technician enablement is a core component of the cloud-based Syncron Connected Service Experience (CSX), an artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) based platform designed to help manufacturers and service organizations transform their approach to service lifecycle management (SLM) from start to finish.

About Syncron

Syncron enables leading manufacturers and distributors to capitalize on the new service economy. We improve the profitability of aftermarket activities, optimize working capital, increase customer loyalty and successfully enable the transition to service-oriented business models. With industry-leading investments in AI and ML, Syncron offers the first portfolio of innovative, customer-proven, end-to-end intelligent SLM solutions. Delivered on our CSX platform, our solutions include parts inventory, pricing, warranty, service contract and field service management. It’s no secret that the world’s biggest brands trust Syncron, the world’s largest privately held leader in intelligent software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions. To learn more, visit syncron.com.

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