Re-flow Field Management showcases new features at Traffex 2023

Re-flow, leading provider of field management software for highways and traffic management, recently attended the highly anticipated Traffex exhibition held at the NEC Birmingham, 6 – 8th June.

As the UK’s leading road and highways tradeshow, the event served as an excellent platform for Re-flow to showcase its innovative software to a wide range of industry professionals. With a packed schedule and busy stand filled with software specialists, LEGO and magicians, the team had numerous productive engagements throughout the three-day event.

One of the highlights of Re-flow’s presence at Traffex was the insightful presentation from Sales Manager, Daniel Moyse – “Your Problems, Our Solutions for the Highways Sector”. Delivered at the Local Roads Theatre, Daniel provided the audience with valuable insights into the latest statistics surrounding key industry issues, highlighting how Re-flow’s powerful platform of tools can help businesses future-proof their operational processes. The engaging session left attendees inspired and eager to explore Re-flow’s award-winning field management software.

Throughout the exhibition, Re-flow had the pleasure of meeting several of their long-term clients, including South Coast Traffic Management, Traffic Group Signals and Temporary Solutions Traffic Management. These valuable interactions provided an opportunity to strengthen existing relationships and touch base on feedback concerning Re-flow and their respective digital transformation journeys.

In addition to impromptu catchups with clients, Re-flow also conducted dedicated support sessions that delved into several key areas, including the software’s new features. Among these were job templates, two-way messaging, lone working and drag and drop scheduling. Numerous sessions were conducted throughout the three-day event, including one with long-standing client, Meon, whose team explored the software alongside Senior Support Technician, Nick Moore.

The exhibition itself included several specialised theatres dedicated to Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure and the BPA Parkex Hub. Although Re-flow did not have specific engagements in these areas, the company believes that these exhibitions are an important opportunity to stay current on the latest innovations, opinions and insights from the industry.

Overall, Re-flow’s participation in the Traffex exhibition was a resounding success. From Daniel’s captivating presentation to productive client meetings and support sessions, the company showcased its continued commitment to maintaining their position as an innovator and leading supplier of field management software for the highways industry. Though one of its flagship events may now be behind them, Re-flow’s year on the road is far from over.

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