TMW taps Kelly to lead development for Innovative Software

TMW Systems, Inc. has named Michael J. Kelly as its director of development for its Innovative software products. As director, Kelly will be responsible for strategic product planning, project and release management, and will lead the Innovative development teams to deliver new and high-value enhancements and capabilities, said TMW

TMW Systems, Inc. has named Michael J. Kelly as its director of development for its Innovative software products. As director, Kelly will be responsible for strategic product planning, project and release management, and will lead the Innovative development teams to deliver new and high-value enhancements and capabilities, said TMW.

Kelly brings 30 years of experience in the technology industry to this role, with experience working in Canada and the U.S. Kelly’s background in transportation includes seven years as vp of operations for TMW’s TL2000 software business and substantial operating experience as the owner of his own trucking company. TMW noted.

Most recently, Kelly held the position of vp-- operations, for Tranztec Solutions, a regional provider of software and services in the Midwest. Kelly also held management positions at Whitman-Hart and senior management posts at Transportation Analysis, Inc., McCormick & Associates, Inc. and Thompson Transport, Inc. He will be based in suburban Nashville at the TMW Systems office in Brentwood, Tenn.

“Mike brings his substantial experience, technical skills and industry knowledge to TMW in this critical role and we are thrilled with his decision to join our team,” said TMW Innovative vp & gm Ray West.

TMW’s Innovative product line consists of the premise-based Innovative IES and its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) versions known as Innovative Access and Access Plus.

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