Motive Power Attends WWW 2020

Motive Power is proud to be at the Western Winter Workshop once again! Attending the conference as a Platinum event sponsor, Sunday breakfast and room sponsor, and a participating sponsor of the Saturday afternoon Small Business Happy Hour, we can’t wait to take part in all aspects of this wonderful workshop.

Western Winter Workshop is an industry event pulling together capital program organizations, executives, contractors, consultants, innovators, and technology solution professionals who share the common goal of driving successful project delivery.  This year’s event includes two and a half days of capital management and technical presentations showcasing the very latest in project controls tools and techniques. The Workshop provides a unique opportunity to network with key decision-makers for major capital project delivery organizations as well as owners, executives, managers, engineers, and many other industry professionals.

Come visit us in the Motive Power Room for our speaking engagement this year and be sure to stop by the Motive Power Booth 22 to meet our team and have some fun.  We have games and great SWAG. And be sure to attend the sessions with Motive Power employees presenting!

Dynamic and Effective Portfolio Management through Project Schedule and Reporting Improvement
Friday 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM in the Motive Power Room

Forecast Allocation Accuracy Improvement for Substation Engineering Department
Sunday 10:30 am – 11:30 am in the InEight Room

Additional Resources

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