As part of The Vehicle Remarketing Association’s (VRA) Technology Showcase and Conference, IT Fleet is to present its FleetPlus™ technology at the Kassam Stadium, Oxford next month.

The event, sponsored by 1Link, is to be held on October 30th with 150 attendees expected to listen, debate and discuss how technology will impact the B2B and B2C sectors.

John Davies, chairman of the VRA, said of the event: “The remarketing industry is entrenched in the use of technology both on a B2B and B2C level.

“Our event helps us understand how technology will add value to our industry in the next decade and how it will transform the way companies work in the future.”

In an effort to demonstrate the new technologies that will transform the vehicle remarketing industry in the coming years, IT Fleet will be conducting FleetPlus demonstrations throughout the day to all visitors.

FleetPlus is IT Fleet’s latest software development, a unique complete vehicle management service, capable of delivering a transparent, fully reportable and auditable system to fleet companies nationwide.

A number of influential speakers are expected at the event, most notably Vodafone and technology guru Jamie Mutton and IT Fleet’s client relations and marketing manager, James Martin-Whymark is delighted the company will have the opportunity to showcase its unique product to a number of remarketing industry figureheads.

“At IT Fleet we are naturally very proud of what we have developed in recent months with FleetPlus a very credible product to help drive remarketing technologies forward in the years to come.

“FleetPlus is designed to help in all four sections of vehicle remarketing – from vehicle transport and storage through to offsite estimates and vehicle refurbishment. We are very much looking forward to being able to discuss and debate our technology with likeminded professionals.”

Tickets for the VRA Conference can be purchased by non-members for £75, while full members receive their first ticket free and associate members benefit from a reduced price of £45.