22 Nov

From the Albany Business ReviewBY LIZ YOUNGNov 21, 2017, 1:49pm EST  Antonio Civitella said Transfinder has to turn away new business at times because the company doesn't have enough workers.  "I can't tell you how many times we turn away business because we don't have the horsepower to pull it off," the CEO told Rep. Paul Tonko during the congressman's visit to Transfinder on Monday. "I can't even tell you how frustrating it is … We need more people."  Civitella said [...]

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12 Oct

From the timesunion.comBy Larry RulisonPublished 3:09 pm, Monday, October 9, 2017      Being in the software industry, Antonio Civitella has always known the value of data. Civitella's company Transfinder makes bus routing software for school districts and has grown to more than $13 million in annual revenue, with 80 employees at its Schenectady headquarters.   Without good data, school districts wouldn't be able to get their buses where they need to go on time. [...]

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15 Mar
Transfinder in the News: Schenectady uses GPS tech to improve storm response

Mayor Gary McCarthy demonstrates how plows can be dispatched and monitored utilizing GPS.

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