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Mitch Weseley Unites 10 Transportation Software Executives to Form Marquee Management Team for 3Gtms



  Mitch Weseley Unites 10 Transportation Software Executives to Form Marquee
  Management Team for 3Gtms

Leadership’s unmatched industry experience positions 3Gtms to rapidly deliver
 innovative, quality TMS products for mid-market shippers, 3PLs and carriers

Business Wire

SHELTON, Conn. -- April 9, 2013

3Gtms, a developer of a best-of-breed suite of transportation management
software products, today announced that noted supply chain innovator Mitch
Weseley has appointed a marquee executive team to lead the newly formed
company. The team consists of 10 transportation management software veterans
who will position the company to rapidly deliver an innovative, high-quality
third-generation transportation management system (TMS) for truck-oriented
mid-market shippers, third-party logistics (3PL) providers and carriers.

Many members of the new management team left careers at larger, more
established companies in order to join 3Gtms. Notably, several of these
executives have previously worked with Weseley and saw a unique opportunity to
be part of a group of key transportation management innovators and offer
much-needed solutions in an underserved mid-market.

Mitch Weseley, CEO of 3Gtms said, “In creating the 3Gtms executive team, we
sought to assemble the most accomplished and experienced people in the
transportation software industry. The strength of our TMS-domain experience,
combined with our knowledge of enterprise software and proven teamwork, is
unmatched in our industry. We look forward to building easy-to-use,
quick-to-implement products that will help mid-market truck-oriented shippers
manage complex, dynamic shipping challenges and deliver rapid ROI.”

Each member of the 3Gtms management team has more than 10 years of experience
in senior executive roles at various leading supply chain developers. The
executives who are joining with Mitch Weseley include:

  * JP Wiggins, vice president of logistics – Wiggins has more than 25 years
    of transportation management experience at companies including SAP; Global
    Logistics Technologies, Inc. (G-Log), where he was a co-founder; dx/dt;
    and Weseley Software.
  * David Sapienza, vice president of sales – Sapienza has spent more than 25
    years in the supply chain industry, holding leadership positions at Oracle
    Corp., SAS, Intellitrans, BridgePoint/CSX and RedPrairie.
  * Chris Taurence, vice president of client services – Taurence has more than
    20 years of logistics software development, customer solution consulting
    and implementation experience with companies including Oracle, G-Log,
    BookingZone and CapGemini.
  * Dawn Salvucci-Favier, vice president of product management –
    Salvucci-Favier brings more than 22 years of transportation industry
    knowledge to 3Gtms, most recently serving various executive roles at
    RedPrairie.
  * Chris Haarmeyer, vice president of development – Haarmeyer has spent the
    past 16 years overseeing enterprise TMS with organizations ranging from
    start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, including Oracle and MavenWire.
  * Mark Smith, CFO – Smith has more than 25 years of experience with
    technology and software-related companies including Oil Purifications
    Systems Inc., G-Log, and FlexiInternational Software.

In addition, three executives from Transite Technology (www.transite.com), an
award-winning developer of highly specialized TMS that recently merged with
3Gtms, will continue in the following roles: Geoff Comrie, vice president of
strategic relations; Les Hamashima, vice president of marketing, and Les
Tofts, vice president of logistics development.

“The entire 3Gtms management team is excited to join Mitch in this new venture
to fulfill a growing need for a mid-market TMS that is not addressed by
existing developers in the industry,” said JP Wiggins, vice president of
logistics at 3Gtms. “Through our vast experience working together and with
other leaders in the transportation management industry, we’re each dedicated
to creating the next generation of TMS that provides high-value features in an
easy-to-implement solution.”

3Gtms marks the third time Wesley, a 30-year industry veteran, and several
members of the management team have joined forces to lead a TMS development
company. In 1992, Weseley founded Weseley Software Development Corp., which
experienced rapid customer and revenue growth and was eventually sold to
McHugh Software International (later RedPrairie), a leading provider of
warehouse management software, in 1996. In 1999, Weseley founded Global
Logistics Technologies, Inc. (G-Log) as a second-generation TMS and sold the
company to Oracle in 2005. The acquiring companies continue to use both of the
product groups successfully to this day.

For additional background on the 3Gtms executive team, including complete
bios, please visit: www.3gtms.com.

About 3Gtms

3Gtms develops a best-of-breed suite of transportation software products used
by shippers and third-party logistics companies to buy transportation
services; plan and optimize transportation activities; execute the
transportation plan; and be integral to an organization’s supply chain
management framework. Customer satisfaction is an overarching core value for
3Gtms, with the company’s solutions being quick to implement and
cost-effective. For more information about 3Gtms, visit www.3Gtms.com.

Contact:

Press Contact:
DPR Group, Inc.
Erin Hatfield, 919-896-7826
ehatfield@dprgroup.com
or
Company Contact:
3Gtms
Les A. Hamashima, 919-862-1900 x118
lhamashima@3Gtms.com
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