San Diego, CA October 2, 2012 – FieldLogix, provider of an award-winning Green GPS vehicle and asset management solution for North American businesses, announced today that Yukon Palmer, Founder and CEO of FieldLogix, will moderate a panel of M2M industry thought leaders at the upcoming MobileCON 2012 as part of their new Thought Leadership series. The panel discussion titled “Do You Want to Build a Billion Dollar M2M Business from Scratch?” is slated as an interactive discussion with the panel of successful entrepreneurs and industry experts together with the audience to find out what it really takes to build an M2M business!
“M2M requires understanding of diverse technologies. Attempting to navigate this space on a startup budget only compounds the challenges,” said Palmer. “I’m looking forward to sharing together with our expert panel, our insights and experiences with the hope to help other entrepreneurs overcome some of the pitfalls we had to deal with early on.”
The panel is scheduled for October 11, 2012 at 2:00 P.M. Yukon Palmer is joined by the following panelists:
- Mohamad Nasser – Head of Product Management and Business Development, Sprint M2M Emerging Solutions Organization
- Steve Pazol – VP & Entrepreneur, Qualcomm
- Kelly Venturini – CEO, M2M Certified
- Mark Wells – CTO and Division President, Procon Inc.
FieldLogix is an award-winning provider of assets management solutions delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Our solutions enable our customers to meet the challenges of managing remote industrial assets by extracting actionable business intelligence from real-time data sources. The types of monitored assets include fleet vehicles, heavy equipment, industrial generators, pumps, and many others.
Our intuitive, cost-effective web and mobile based solutions provide our customers with both, Green GPS Tracking capabilities together with the visibility into assets’ locations, compliance data, utilization and assignment, and maintenance records, thus reducing operating and capital costs and increasing revenues.