Dealing with Data Overload

Dealing with Data Overload: TCA Safety Meeting

Dealing with data overload is becoming an ever-larger problem.

In our connected world, virtually every piece of technology collects and records data. This is particularly true in trucking, with ELDs, telematics devices, cameras, and other safety features all producing independent streams of data.

How can carriers utilize this resource to identify and act upon trends?

We’re pleased to say that Ryan Camacho, Director of Strategy and Business Development for Axele, and Amanda Schuier, Vice President of Axele customer Quality Transport, will be addressing this key issue at the upcoming TCA Safety and Security Meeting. Join these two experts in the field for an indepth discussion of the issues and possible solutions at the meeting in St. Louis on Tuesday, June 8, from 8:00 am – 9:00 am.

About Your “Dealing with Data Overload” Speakers

Amanda Schuier

Amanda Schuier

Senior Vice President

Quality Transport

Amanda Schuier has been involved in the trucking industry since 2006. Her numerous roles in the industry have included positions in marketing, sales and driver recruitment at dealer, supplier and fleet levels. She started in the role of Vice President of Marketing & Driver Relations at Quality Transport Company in August of 2018 and now holds the title of Senior Vice President. Her daily duties at Quality include oversight of sales, dispatch, driver relations, safety programs and new technology initiatives for the company. She recently oversaw the total revamp of her company’s transition to new ELD and TMS providers. 

Schuier was honored as a recipient of the 2017 class of Emerging Leaders in Transportation, as published in Heavy Duty Trucking magazine. She is a 2019 inaugural class graduate of the TMC Leaders of Tomorrow program. In 2020, she received the Women In Trucking’s “Top Women to Watch” award. She was also one of Fleet Owner Magazine’s 2020 “Women Leaders in Transportation.”  She is a previous Chairman of the Missouri Maintenance Council, and in 2017 was honored with its Maintenance Professional of the Year. Schuier is a proud member of Women In Trucking and the Truckload Carriers Association, as well as the Technology and Maintenance Council. Schuier resides in the Kansas City area. 

Ryan Camacho

Ryan Camacho

Director of Strategy and Business Development

Axele

Ryan Camacho has worked for several high-profile logistic software companies, such as Oz Development, Descartes System Group, Kuebix, and Trimble. With many years in this space, he has developed a tremendous amount of software and transportation industry expertise.  He has held positions from the ground up including customer support manager, software developer, implementation specialist, executive sales representative, senior sales engineer, and director of product management.  At Axele, Ryan serves as the end-to-end owner of the Axele Transportation Management System, the first SaaS-based TMS built specifically for the small to midsized full truckload carrier. 

TCA Safety & Security Meeting

Dealing with Data Overload

St. Louis

Tuesday, June 8

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

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