Year in Review

2021 Year in Review

Despite the pandemic continuing to create challenges for the global supply chain, Maven has had a productive and successful 2021. From new product releases, features, and updates, to filling key leadership roles and strengthening our customer and industry partnerships, Maven continues to hit its stride.
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Season's Greetings

December 2021 Company News

It’s starting to feel a lot like 2022 and Maven has exciting things planned for the new year. This month has been filled with charting the course ahead in terms of our mission critical software and the impact we continue to have on the trucking industry.
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November 2021 Company News

We hope that you had a relaxing and fun-filled Thanksgiving. As we dive into the holiday season, Maven is wrapping up the year with conference presentations and providing industry thought leadership, hiring key personnel, and enjoying continued positive press. Read on to learn more about our recent news and events.
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New Hires

Maven Expands Leadership Team, Appoints New CFO and Sr. VP of Sales

Leading fleet management and telematics software company taps technology and logistics industry veterans to scale operations PITTSBURGH –– November 30, 2021 — Maven Machines, a premier fleet management and telematics software company in the commercial trucking and transportation industry, is pleased to appoint Lee Ann Prosky-Carter as chief financial officer and Tim Jones as senior vice president of sales. In their roles, Prosky-Carter will lead strategic financial planning and provide guidance on Maven’s financial initiatives, while Jones will leverage his extensive sales and market expansion knowledge to grow revenue streams and operations.   With over three decades of financial leadership, management, and forecasting experience, Prosky-Carter joins Maven from Wolfe, a privately held e-commerce and fintech incubator specializing in the gift card sector. As CFO,…

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Moving Forward: The Critical Need to Support Truck Drivers

The following article first appeared in Global Trade Magazine on November 19, 2021. “Disruption” may have been 2020’s word of the year. Both the coronavirus and the economy impacted lives, leaving no industry untouched. When the nation’s GDP hit bottom in Q2 2020, it essentially wiped out any economic gains generated over the previous five years. While the trucking industry was affected by logistics and supply chain issues and personnel shortages last year, many analysts have predicted a strong recovery. Since mid-year last year, freight demand has continued to regain its momentum. Trucking companies still face several challenges, however, the greatest of…

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