Ultimately, we exist to make our customers' work lives better. By leveraging our customer relationships and the trust they have in our brands, we can enable them to connect with their industry and their peers in ways never before possible.
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) March 17, 2008
"Adding Anne to our team deepens our bench strength. She has a tremendous instinct for addressing customer needs to define and deliver successful new products," said Eileen Hart, director of product management for TransCore's Commercial Business Services Group.
Chalmers, most recently with Stanley Tools, was the product line manager responsible for new product development, product life cycle management and sales support.
According to Hart, Chalmers will focus her efforts toward the owner-operator and smaller carriers; developing online communities where small carriers can access information, share resources and communicate with each other. "Ultimately, we exist to make our customers' work lives better. By leveraging our customer relationships and the trust they have in our brands, we can enable them to connect with their industry and their peers in ways never before possible."
TransCore's Commercial Business Services Group is responsible for the marketing, sales, and support of DAT networks - the largest and most active truck loadboard in the world; GlobalWave trailer tracking and truck monitoring - which provides satellite GPS location and performance information to more than 600 fleets worldwide; Logistics Suite - the most popular broker transportation management system in North America; and CarrierWatch - the leading provider of truck insurance and safety information.
With products and installations in 46 countries, more than 100 patents worldwide and pioneering applications of Internet-based logistics technologies, radio frequency identification (RFID), and satellite-based asset tracking technology, TransCore's expertise is unparalleled in the transportation markets it serves. TransCore's GlobalWave Satellite Communications Technology Center, the hub for the company's SatCom research and development, is based in Ottawa, Canada, while manufacturing for both RFID and satellite communications is based at TransCore's Amtech Technology Center in Albuquerque, N. M.