17 Mar

From The Times Union By Larry RulisonTuesday, March 17, 2020 SCHENECTADY — One of the local software companies most impacted by the coronavirus outbreak is Transfinder, which makes bus-routing software for school districts around the country. With school districts in the majority of states deciding to cancel school for the foreseeable future, Transfinder was in a tough position. Not only did it arrange for most of its employees to work from home in a short period of time, all of a [...]

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15 Mar

A Schenectady-based company is using a piece of technology to help schools and families while the coronavirus has temporarily suspended in-person classes in districts across the state and the country. And the company's original app is being used for more than it was originally intended — potentially

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30 Jan
Transfinder Reports Record Revenue with Majority of New Clients Ditching Competitors’ Products

Schenectady, NY, January 30, 2020 -- Transfinder Corp. closed 2019 with record revenue for the 22nd consecutive year. The global logistics software developer ended 2019 with $16.75 million in revenue, up 15 percent from the previous year and more than doubling the company’s revenue increase in 2018. Factors contributing to the record year included a major increase in new clients leaving competitors’ products for Transfinder’s solutions and an increase in clients turning to [...]

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24 Jan

By Chelsea Diana  – Reporter, Albany Business Review Jan 24, 2020, 2:28pm EST Transfinder Corp. is offering employees a bonus of up to $10,000 if they help recruit engineers, as the Schenectady software company continues to struggle with hiring local software developers. CEO Antonio Civitella said the company, which previously gave $5,000 referral bonuses to employees, increased the bonus for hiring engineers and kept it at $5,000 for recruiting other employees. Civitella [...]

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