IDCON Reliability & Maintenance Conference announces early registration and schedule
IDCON INC, host of the IDCON Reliability and Maintenance Conference headquartered in the United States, announced today the opening of their early registration and schedule.
- Early registration is open on our event website, stated Torbjörn Idhammar, President of IDCON and conference chair.
- The conference is pleased to announce the addition of Jim Fitch, CEO of Noria Corporation and Tom Woginrich, Associate Partner Global Watson IoT & Asset Optimization at IBM, added Mr. Idhammar.
The schedule is regularly updated on the website as new speakers are added.
The IDCON Reliability and Maintenance Conference will be held September 23-25, 2019 at the Hilton North Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina. Over three days, participants will hear from their peers, industry leaders and industry solution providers in workshops and track sessions on reliability and maintenance topics including Leadership, Preventive and Predictive Maintenance strategies, Work Management Improvements and Spare Parts Criticality. This conference is open to all industries.
In addition to the conference, organizations are encouraged to hold their reliability and maintenance meeting at the conference. These meetings will take place on Thursday, September 26th.
- Corporate groups receive several benefits in attending the conference and holding their Reliability and Maintenance meeting after the conference including a discounted group rate to attend the conference, a free meeting space, A/V and food, explained Robin Kent, Conference Coordinator.
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