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B2W Software to host 2023 User Conference in Las Vegas

November 11, 2022  By Don Horne


22nd Annual Event Will Focus on Technology Training, Peer-to-Peer Collaboration and Performance-Driven Advancements in Heavy Construction

B2W Software, a Trimble company providing estimating and operations software for heavy construction, today announced plans for its 2023 User Conference March 10-12 in Las Vegas, Nev.

According to the press release, Performance Driven will be the theme for the 22nd annual event at the Red Rock Resort immediately prior to CONEXPO-CON/AGG, North America’s largest construction trade show.

The Conference will provide training across B2W Software’s unified platform of applications for estimating, scheduling and dispatching, field tracking and equipment maintenance. Collaboration among hundreds of users throughout North America and the B2W team will remain a hallmark of the event. Steve Letarte, a former auto racing crew chief who worked with Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr., will deliver a keynote address.

The User Conference is designed to give construction professionals the software skills and inspiration to advance and perform at a higher level, according to B2W founder Paul McKeon. “Peak performance in heavy construction increasingly depends on people who can leverage technology,” McKeon explains. “Software can improve efficiency, collaboration and profitability, but investing in the employees that use it is the key to unlocking that potential and to retaining critical talent in today’s environment.”

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B2W User Conference tracks will include “Estimator University,” “Advanced Estimating,” “Operations and Equipment,” and “Workflows & Data.” B2W will also host interactive Business Roundtable sessions covering a wide range of technology related topics. The B2W Solution Center will offer one-on-one or small-group demonstrations and consultation with B2W trainers, product managers and software developers.

Keynote speaker Steve Letarte will discuss leadership principles he used in the pit box and in preparing teams for NASCAR’s premier series. The crew chief, who accumulated 15 wins including at the Daytona 500, will also highlight colorful characters and experiences from his 20 years on the NASCAR circuit.


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