WCM 2021 will take place at the Bellagio Las Vegas, Aug. 29 – Sept. 1. -

WCM 2021 will take place at the Bellagio Las Vegas, Aug. 29 – Sept. 1.

LAS VEGAS – Organizers of Warranty Chain Management Summit (WCM) have announced the event will return in 2021, taking place at the Bellagio Las Vegas, Aug. 29 – Sept. 1. Warranty Chain Management is an annual conference that informs and inspires executives dedicated to the advancement of protection products in a large number and wide variety of industries. 

Whether your company offers warranty financing; actuarial, compliance, technology, or repair services; support systems, or call center services, you will find value in this unique event. 

Every company that offers warranties and service agreements — be they legally mandated, optional or extendable — can benefit from sharing challenges, opportunities, and best practices in the forum WCM provides. In a relatively nascent discipline, the tools and techniques you rely on are still evolving. WCM brings together those seeking to maximize production and profitability and minimize the bottom-line losses and legal exposure that can result from sloppy, ill-conceived, or unethical practices.

Your warranty team should attend the Warranty Chain Management Summit if:

  • You agree that successful warranty processes within your organization would help improve the company’s bottom-line profitability.
  • You believe that effective warranty management is a multi-industry challenge.
  • You agree that successful best practice warranty processes can be applicable across multiple companies and multiple industries.
  • You agree that at some level within your organization, your team’s success is linked with developing effective WCM key processes.

More information and agenda details will be made available on the event’s website in the coming weeks. Registration and room block for WCM 2021 will open soon, so stay tuned! To inquire about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, contact David Gesualdo via email or call 727-947-4027.

Originally posted on P&A Magazine

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