Roadnet Technologies Adds Account Manager for Southwest Territory
Roadnet Technologies has selected Brad Parmer as a Regional Accounts Manager, servicing the Southwest Territory. He was formerly President and CEO of Delivery Network Associates, a delivery and logistics company in Texas.
In his new position with the vehicle routing and scheduling software company, Mr. Parmer will satisfy the needs of existing, as well as identify and recruit potential new customers for Roadnet Technologies. This includes educating companies concerning Roadnet’s range of applications and products that offer vehicle routing and scheduling, vehicle telematics, fuel management and real-time vehicle GPS tracking for transportation fleets. Mr. Parmer will also assist customers throughout the technology evaluation stage.
Mr. Parmer brings more than 15 years of diversified experience in sales and marketing in the software, technology and computer industries to Roadnet Technologies, a provider of software solutions to the transportation management field. His other past positions include working as a Regional Sales Manager for Blue Wing Global Logistics and a Senior Sales Representative for Compuware.
Mr. Parmer earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Personnel Administration and Industrial Relations from the University of North Texas, and a Masters in Business Administration in Finance and Strategic Leadership from Southern Methodist University. He presently resides in Allen, TX.
“Brad brings a strong entrepreneurial background and extensive experience in software sales and logistics to our company. We were impressed with his ability to found and successfully operate a logistics and supply chain management organization and believe these talents will pay significant dividends as a member of our sales team,” stated Len Kennedy, Chief Executive Officer of Roadnet Technologies.
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