The routing software developer joins the Florida Association of District School Superintendents as a Gold Partner. - Logo courtesy Transfinder

The routing software developer joins the Florida Association of District School Superintendents as a Gold Partner.

Logo courtesy Transfinder

Routing software developer Transfinder Corp. has joined the Florida Association of District School Superintendents (FADSS) as a Gold Partner.

FADSS assists and supports superintendents in carrying out their responsibilities as education leaders in their communities to ensure that every student has access to a public education, according to a news release from Transfinder. The association provides various services, including training, events, and advocacy.

“Transportation is such a critical aspect of education that can sometimes be overlooked,” says Sen. Bill Montford, the CEO of FADSS. “Getting students to school and back home safely is of vital importance, and we look forward to working with Transfinder to assist districts in addressing bus transportation-related challenges.”

Transfinder President and CEO Antonio Civitella said that the company joined FADSS due to a growing number of clients in Florida.

“We are very excited about our growing footprint in Florida and know that our clients will benefit greatly from our involvement in FADSS and the various events we will be participating in,” Civitella said. “We look forward to hearing directly from superintendents about their unique needs as well as sharing our expertise in student transportation.”

Transfinder is an active member in a number of national and state associations and boards, including the Florida Association for Pupil Transportation, National Association for Pupil Transportation, National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services, and the National School Transportation Association.

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