26 Jan

Schenectady, NY – January 26, 2009 – Transfinder, a national leader in transportation management solutions for school districts, today announced that two new employees joined its development and product management teams. Andrew Smith is senior software engineer, responsible for researching and developing new initiatives that will be the framework for enhancing the company’s suite of software solutions. For the past three and half years Smith was the Development Manager for Special Projects at [...]

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29 Dec

Increases employment to 45 – representing 36% growth over last year Schenectady, NY – December 29, 2008 – Transfinder, a national leader in transportation management and communication solutions for school districts, today announced it has added three new employees to create a new marketing and communications office. Total employment is now 45, representing a 36% increase in number of employees over last year at this time. The marketing team is led by Barbara Kane Pilliod, who joined [...]

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11 Nov

Hires new operations and technology director Schenectady, NY – November 11, 2008 – Transfinder, a national leader in transportation management solutions for school districts, today announced it has hired Joseph (Jay) Rourke, former chief information officer for Schenectady County, as its new operations and technology director. In his new role, Rourke will be responsible for customer training and implementation, and development of Transfinder’s suite of products for school districts across the [...]

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20 Aug

Growth Fueled by Software That Helps School Districts Save on Transportation Costs   SCHENECTADY, NY - August 20, 2008 - Inc Magazine announced today that Transfinder Corporation, based in Schenectady, NY, has been included on their list of America’s fastest-growing private companies for the 2nd year in a row.   A leader in the school transportation software industry, Transfinder ranked #3790 on the list after achieving 80.9% revenue growth from 2004 to 2007.  [...]

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22 May

Fuel Efficiency is Focus of Dept of Education Grants   SCHENECTADY, NY - May 22, 2008 - On Tuesday, May 20, the School Business Services division of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education awarded transportation routing software grants to select school district applicants across the state. Designed to make sure the big yellow school buses are driving their routes as efficiently as possible, the grant made available a total of $400,000.    [...]

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