“We are extremely honored to have been chosen an honoree in this year’s Cleveland Tech Awards,” said David Wangler, president of Trimble Transportation Enterprise Solutions
CLEVELAND (PRWEB) March 22, 2018
TMW, a Trimble brand and leading provider of software, business intelligence and related solutions to the North American transportation industry, has been named an Honoree in the Established Tech Firm Category of the 2018 Cleveland Tech Awards.
TMW will be recognized with the other Honorees at the Cleveland Tech Awards Luncheon on March 22, 2018 at The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland, and in a special editorial report in the March edition of Smart Business Cleveland and Smart Business Akron.
“We are extremely honored to have been chosen an honoree in this year’s Cleveland Tech Awards,” said David Wangler, president of Trimble Transportation Enterprise Solutions. “We have called Cleveland home for some 35 years now and to be honored like this further solidifies our connection to the tech community and general business community in this great city.”
The Cleveland Tech Awards are presented by Minute Men Staffing Services, which recognizes Northeast Ohio organizations that develop and/or implement impactful technology.
TMW is working to transform the way the world moves freight through innovative transactional, visibility, decision support and optimization solutions. TMW provides software solutions for transportation management, fleet maintenance and management, business intelligence, bid management, freight visibility, and final mile routing, scheduling and dispatching. TMW is at the forefront of leading innovation in the transportation community through a number of initiatives. Among those initiatives are being a charter member of the Blockchain in Transportation Alliance (BiTA) and Blockchain Engineering Standards for Transportation and Logistics (BEST-L) along with its in.sight user conference. With over 2,000 customers, TMW is a Trimble brand (NASDAQ: TRMB) with offices in Cleveland, Dallas, Indianapolis, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Raleigh, Vancouver, and Melbourne (Australia).