Now, it's time we take a much more aggressive sales and marketing position as we've proven that we can grow revenues, save money and improve transportation management processes.
Raleigh, NC (Vocus) March 3, 2009
Transite Technology, a leading provider of transportation management technologies and services, has launched a new website as the company's ramps up sales and marketing efforts to the transportation management market. The site includes a limited offer for a "no-charge trial version" of its Continental rate base, a "no charge" assessment of a potential client's current transportation management practices, and an interactive blog.
"Since 2002, Transite has focused on developing our offerings and organically attracting customers," said Les Hamashima, chief marketing officer of Transite. "Now, it's time we take a much more aggressive sales and marketing position as we've proven that we can grow revenues, save money and improve transportation management processes."
Transite will also increase its market presence through attendance and participation in selected trade shows, as well as limited approaches to advertising and sponsorships.
"We have world-class transportation management technologies and services," said Hamashima. "Transite is solid company with proven ability to deliver double-digit return on investment to our customers. Transite is ready for the next level."
In the last three months, Transite has signed sales channel agreements to broaden visibility to SAP enterprise clients; introduced technology advancements to strengthen the company's suite of offerings and continued to win deals in the company's core market segments of shippers, 3PLs and carriers.
About Transite Technology
Founded in 2002, Transite's transportation management solutions enable companies like Samsonite, Pergo, and GE to streamline processes and reduce the cost of shipping outbound, inbound, and third-party freight. Transite's transportation management solutions, technologies and managed services ensure the least-cost mode and carrier for every shipping transaction by providing visibility of the entire lifecycle of the shipping process. http://www.transite.com
Les A. Hamashima