Industry veteran joins Roadnet Technologies

Dec. 11, 2012

Roadnet Technologies has named a new vice president of global sales and marketing as it continues its growth in the transportation management software arena.

Michael Farlekas brings more than 25 years of supply chain and transportation industry experience to the post, where he will assume responsibility for all sales and marketing strategy and operations.

Most recently, Farlekas was senior vice president and general manager for Red Prairie. His career also includes senior sales positions with GATX and CSX Transportation.

“Roadnet is committed to growing the company, increasing market share and establishing a solid leadership position as the go-to platform for transportation routing and fleet management,” said Len Kennedy, CEO. “Michael is an industry veteran who will help Roadnet accelerate achievement of these goals, and his leadership will be a valuable asset to employees, customers, partners and investors.”

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