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Shaw Tracking adds to Professional Services team

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Shaw Tracking has announced it has expanded its Professional Services team in an effort t...


MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Shaw Tracking has announced it has expanded its Professional Services team in an effort to help customers improve productivity and profitability.

 

Joanne Cochrane, Fernando Peres and John Firmino are the latest additions to the team, the company announced in a release.

 

Cochrane brings 15 years of “multi-faceted experience” in the transportation and logistics industry, with specialties in the area of global supply chain management, according to the company. She also boasts experience helping multi-national companies implement transportation management software solutions.

 

Peres has 23 years’ experience in manufacturing, transportation, mobile communication and fleet management in a variety of industries. He’ll bring a ROI-focused approach to the professional services team, Shaw said.

 

And Firmino boasts 27 years of experience in corporate operations, demand/supply chain and project and information management, according to the company. He has held top-level management positions with billion dollar companies in the logistics, manufacturing and consumer goods sectors.

 

“Ms. Cochrane, Mr. Firmino’s, and Mr. Peres’s experience, training, knowledge and commitment coupled with Shaw Tracking’s powerful suite of tools enables Professional Services to support our customers and enable them to move forward quickly, effectively and successfully with any initiatives,” said Mike Ham, vice-president of business services, Shaw Tracking. “Our professional services team’s maxim is to drive world class results through evolutionary solutions. We leverage existing infrastructure with innovative ideas, we implement an evolutionary path that streamlines our customers’ business flows and achieves expected ROI.”

 


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