Trimble Transportation Enterprise Solutions

Transforming the way the world moves freight by enabling, empowering and optimizing every company that manages the movement of freight by delivering a full range of transactional, visibility, decision support, and optimization solutions.


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Trimble Transportation is Home to TMW Systems

Trimble Transportation was acquired by Trimble in 2012 to extend our reach beyond our leading position in North America. Together, Trimble's complementary technologies and our solutions deliver exceptional returns that improve our customers' operational efficiencies.

TMW Systems' History

Tomas M. Weisz founded TMW Systems in 1983 in Cleveland, Ohio. Since then, TMW has established itself as a trusted software partner and a leading software and services provider to the transportation services industry. Today, TMW employs nearly 700 men and women serving more than 2,300 customers, including many of the largest, most sophisticated and complex trucking and transportation management companies in North America. Customers are predominantly in the commercial freight industry, including for-hire carriers, dedicated fleets, 3PLs and freight brokers, but increasingly include private fleets in distribution, manufacturing, construction and waste handling as well as municipal governments, along with the retail repair centers that service these heavy-duty fleets. TMW customers collectively manage over $71 billion in annual freight spend, direct more than 508,000 power units and maintain almost 2 million assets worldwide, including North America, Europe, Latin America and Australia-New Zealand. 

TMW Systems LogoIn 2012, TMW Systems became part of Trimble’s® (NASDAQ:TRMB) international Transportation and Logistics division, with offices in Cleveland, Dallas, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Raleigh, Vancouver, and Melbourne. In 2013 and 2017, ALK Technologies of Princeton, NJ, and 10-4 Systems of Boulder, CO, respectively joined the Trimble Transportation Enterprise group, reporting through the TMW Systems organization. 

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Meet Our Team

Trimble Transportation's executive leadership team builds on a 30-year tradition of product innovation, customer service and industry recognition to manage a growing and successful enterprise. With recent acquisitions, our solutions have expanded in depth and breadth to serve a new generation of customers in the transportation services market.

Trimble Transportation Enterprise Solutions currently employs more than 600 people. Over 80% of our employees create, deliver and support our customer solutions.

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Our Partners

Trimble is pleased to offer one of the broadest and most diverse alliance programs in the industry.

With over 200 partners and alliance relationships, Trimble integrates with or cooperates closely with key players in a variety of areas. For our customers, the Trimble Business Alliance program assures that much of the key software, hardware and services they already use can be integrated directly to their Trimble software.

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Join a growing company with a great history and bright future. We're a committed group of people that stays focused on a common vision: provide the transportation industry with the best business solutions to improve efficiencies, deliver superior customer service and ensure long-term profitability.

As a company driven by ideas and innovation, we see our employees as the most important resource in serving our customers and achieving success. We offer a variety of positions from entry level to experienced management roles.

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Learn more about the conferences, events, and exhibitions we'll be attending in the coming months. We would love to schedule an appointment to meet with you at any one of these events.

Check out our News section to see the latest about Trimble Transportation in the news and read about the impact our solutions are having in the transportation industry.

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