WEDA Announces New Partnerships
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WEDA has done the homework for members to find the best tool to help dealers keep up with the digital wave sweeping across the safety and compliance industry.
“In conversations with our members, they shared that they were looking for easier solutions in managing their safety initiatives, especially across multiple locations. SiteDocs has a solid track record in helping companies streamline their operations and ensuring compliance with real-time monitoring. We know this will be a huge benefit to equipment dealers,” says WEDA CEO John Schmeiser.
SiteDocs is North America’s fastest-growing app in the health, safety and environmental space. SiteDocs is a completely customizable tool dedicated to Safety and Compliance. SiteDocs was awarded the easiest tool to use in the HSE space.
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We’re also excited to announce a new partnership with Secuvant. Secuvant is a global leader in integrated cyber threat solutions offering customized cybersecurity and risk advisory services specific to the agricultural and construction equipment industries.
Secuvant is offering special pricing on packaged security service bundles and consulting services specifically designed to protect member dealers. Secuvant will consult with businesses on their individual needs, identify risks, create action plans based on management-defined priorities, and offer an ongoing platform for protection from digital threats.
Jami Applegate returns to WEDA
Jami Applegate is making a second stop at the Western Equipment Dealers Association, returning as the new manager of association and industry events.
As manager of association and industry events, Applegate, who previously worked in sales with the association’s Dealer Institute, will take over management of the Western Farm Show and also work with staff in planning association conferences and member events.
“My interest in the position comes from my 10 years of agriculture experiences,” said Applegate. “I love working in this industry and finding ways to help it succeed. Being the events manager, I will fulfill my passion of helping others while being challenged with building the events for the association. These things will keep me driving to provide the best opportunities and events for our members at the association.”
“We know Jami will bring a lot of enthusiasm to the role,” said WEDA CEO John Schmeiser. “Her knowledge of WEDA and our members will help her get off to a running start.”
Schmeiser said Applegate will spend her first month learning about the Western Farm Show from retiring farm show manager Ken Dean. She will also look into additional events where WEDA can assist its members in marketing their equipment.
Article Written By WEDA Staff