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Everyday Solutions names business development executive

Posted on June 10, 2011

ACTON, Mass. — Former district and state director Woody Fitzmaurice has joined Everyday Solutions Inc.’s (ESI) sales team as business development executive. 

In this role, Fitzmaurice will be responsible for driving new business within selected accounts and geographies in North America.

For three years prior to joining ESI, Fitzmaurice held various executive and sales positions at Synovia Corp. He is a domain expert in school transportation with over 30 years of experience in roles such as director of transportation for Chicago Public Schools, Cincinnati Public Schools and North Kansas City (Mo.) School District, and as state director of pupil transportation for the state of Missouri.

“We are very excited about having Woody join our team,” said Dave Pettine, vice president of sales for ESI. “He has a proven track record of understanding the complex needs of the student transportation market and helping school districts and school bus contractors select solutions that will streamline their transportation operations.”

ESI provides integrated solutions for managing school transportation information. The company’s solutions include GPS-driven software, GPS tracking hardware and implementation services.

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