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Transfinder to showcase new browser application at NAPT trade show

Posted on October 16, 2013

GRAND RAPDIS, Mich. — Antonio Civitella, president and CEO of Transfinder, will unveil Transfinder's new robust browser application for pupil transportation management during the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) trade show next week.

Officials said he will also give a presentation on next generation innovations, including upcoming features in its mobile app for student attendance and routing.

The presentation will take place in booth 711 at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22, during the trade show, which will be held in Grand Rapids in conjunction with the NAPT Summit.

Following the presentation, the company will hold its 25th anniversary champagne celebration in the booth’s lounge area. Attendees at the presentation will be entered into a drawing for an iPad, with the winner announced on the final day of the trade show, Oct. 23, at 10:30 a.m.

"I am looking forward to presenting a glimpse into innovations we developed at Transfinder, including new features in our Infofinder mobile application,” Civitella said. “More and more school districts recognize that having critical district information in the palm of their hands ensures quick response to unforeseen or emergency situations. It puts student safety front and center at all times when transportation directors know which students are involved and who needs to be notified on the spot. It also allows them to re-route buses on the fly."

"Beyond the mobile app, we are showcasing a new browser system that takes advantage of the latest and more easy-to-use web technologies to help districts acquire new capabilities to manage their transportation operations without the additional cost of investing in more advanced computer systems at their districts," he added.


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