Schenectady, New York (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Twenty-six Transfinder clients received their Routefinder Pro Certification at Transfinder’s Annual Client Summit this month in Albany, New York.
The 26 receiving their certifications represent school districts in 10 states and Canada.
Certification is an extensive exam that challenges users knowledge of Routefinder Pro, Transfinder’s flagship product used to create school districts’ bus routes. Achieving certification shows proficiency in the system, which may help those in the field get promotions from their district among other benefits.
“This is a rigorous certification process and the people who passed put significant amounts of time in to studying and understanding Transfinder’s software,” said Antonio Civitella, President & CEO of Transfinder. “We believe the better our clients understand our products, the more money and time they can save. We are thrilled to see how many people put the time in to master Routefinder Pro.”
Prior to taking the certification exam at the Annual Client Summit May 7-9 in Albany, New York, clients received a study guide and prepared for the exam on their own. Clients who did not attend the summit or did not take the test can still become Routing Software Proficient by enrolling in Transfinder University.
“Through our training center on mytransfinder.com, we also provide our clients with training videos, live and recorded webinars, and printed how-to information,” said Julie Urig, Transfinder’s training manager. “Training is available one-on-one for our clients throughout the implementation period. Everyone learns differently, and our different options cater to the different types of students.”
Those receiving Routefinder Pro Certification are:
Benny Bridges, Anderson School District One, Williamston, South Carolina
Linda Casile, Fox Chapel Area School District, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Darla Dicken, Oakwood CUSD 76, Oakwood, Illinois
George Duarte, Calexico Unified SD, Calexico, California
Casey Foster, Prosper ISD, Prosper, Texas
Ernesto Garcia, Los Fresnos ISD, Los Fresnos, Texas
Kelvin Gibson, Starkville SD, Starkville, Mississippi
Kimberly Gitter, DeSoto County Schools, Hernando, Mississippi
Joann Guerra, Jefferson County SD, Golden, Colorado
Shantelle Haitel, Pembina Hills Regional Division, Alberta, Canada
Thomas Hondorf, Webster Central SD, Webster, New York
Melissa Jones, Penns Grove Carney Point RSD, Carneys Point, New Jersey
Ika Klapan, Fayetteville-Manlius SD, Manlius, New York
Kathie MacDonald, Clifton Public SD, Clifton, New Jersey
Kay Maimone, Rocky River City SD, Rocky River, Ohio
Susan McGee, DeSoto County Schools, Hernando, Mississippi
Jim Pearson, Seneca Valley SD, Harmony, Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Poblete, Maple Shade BOE, Maple Shade, New Jersey
Kathleen Rhow, Webster Central SD, Webster, New York
Leopoldo Rojas, Los Fresnos ISD, Los Fresnos, Texas
Maggie Schearer, Conrad Weiser Area SD, Robesonia, Pennsylvania
Karen Schrader, Greenville CSD, Greenville, New York
Brenda Shaffer, Lake Chelan SD, Chelan, Washington
Kari Turner, Silver Creek Central Schools, Silver Creek, New York
Jane Walter, Pocantico Hills CSD, Sleepy Hollow, New York
Keyana Wright, Massapequa Schools, Massapequa, New York
Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Schenectady, New York, Transfinder is a national leader in intelligent transportation systems, providing transportation management systems and services to school districts and adult care facilities. Transfinder, an Inc. magazine “fastest-growing company” list for the past eight straight years, offers routing and scheduling solutions for optimal transportation logistics. For more information, visit http://www.transfinder.com.