Based on the performance of its flagship product XataNet, Xata Corp. has been given a 2009 Minnesota High Tech Assn. (NHTA) Tekne Award in the Technology Services award category.
The award honors technological advancement and leadership in Minnesota and is given by the MHTA in partnership with Enterprise Minnesota and LifeScience Alley.
XataNet monitors fleet operations and provides feedback to allow managers to improve fleet performance and business processes.
“Receiving this important distinction validates our commitment to providing technology that helps transportation companies run more efficiently, said Bob Maeser, chief technology officer, XATA Corporation. “We are proud to be a part of Minnesota’s technology community and provide innovative solutions to our local and national customers.”
There are 14 Tekne Award categories for businesses big and small. The full list of winners is available at http://www.tekneawards.org.
“Over the past 10 years, we have seen the quality and originality of each entry improve. This year’s winners are no exception in setting outstanding examples of innovation and leadership,” said Kate Rubin, president, MHTA. “XATA impressed the judges in how it is helping to secure Minnesota’s place as a center of innovation in the global economy.”