24 Sep

Transfinder hosting information session following NYAPT workshops. Beacon and Oneida, New York (PRWEB) September 24, 2015  Transfinder Corp. is pleased to sponsor the New York Association for Pupil Transportation’s (NYAPT) upcoming workshops on Transportation Aid which will include discussions on how school districts across New York State can now receive state aid for GPS purchases.  In response to advocacy from NYAPT and others, New York State recently approved providing [...]

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18 Sep
Transfinder Hosting Grand Opening Event for Austin Office

Clients from across Texas and neighboring states to visit new location Austin, Texas (PRWEB) September 18, 2015  Transfinder Corp. is celebrating the official opening of its office in Austin, Texas as part of the software company’s plans to expand where its clients are.  On Thursday at 4 p.m., local officials and Transfinder’s first Texas client will officially open the 27-year-old tech company’s first office outside of New York State. The location for the [...]

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17 Aug
In the News: As it opens Austin office, Transfinder makes Inc. 5000 list record 9 years

It makes list of fastest-growing companies for ninth straight year  Times UnionBy Larry Rulisonlrulison@timesunion.com • 518-454-5504 • @larryrulisonMonday, August 17, 2015  Transfinder, the Schenectady-based transportation software company, is one of 15 privately held companies headquartered in the Capital Region that have made the 2015 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing companies in the country.  And while Fingerpaint, a Saratoga Springs marketing firm, topped [...]

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31 Jul

From School Transportation News - STNJuly 31, 2015Written by Ryan Gray  Transfinder, a software company based in Schenectady, New York, achieved record revenue for the first half of 2015.  Total sales were up 16 percent year-over-year for the first six months ended June 30, 2015 compared with the same period in 2014. President and CEO Antonio Civitella said he expected Transfinder to beat last year’s record-revenue mark of $10.4 million.  “We know what our [...]

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26 Jun

From the Schenectady GazetteJune 26, 2015 By Kathleen Moore SCHENECTADY — The next time members of the class of 2015 make headlines, it might be for finding a pharaoh at an archeological dig. Or for returning home to police Hamilton Hill. Or for playing professional soccer.  The future seems limitless, Schenectady High School graduates said as they eagerly awaited their diplomas at Proctors Friday.  Diamond Lukesic, 18, is heading to Schenectady County Community College for [...]

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