OMNI

OMNI Grade Crossing Systems keeps railroad crossings smooth for the public and its clients.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

You may not realize how interesting railroad crossings are until you’re traipsing around Chicago’s north side on a late spring evening with an eight year-old, examining the crossings used on the street-level tracks of the Chicago Transit Authority. But the quality of railroad crossings can have a major impact on a community, not only in terms of the safe transport of goods and people, but the ease in which cars and pedestrians are able to cross railroads. This is fascinating to certain second graders, but the quality OMNI Grade Crossing Systems delivers also is important to its customers and the communities they serve.

 NexTraq3NexTraq offers a range of products that help fleet managers turn raw information into actionable solutions.

 By Tim O’Connor, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Back when telematics provider NexTraq was founded in 2000, data was a lot simpler. Most customers only wanted to know where to find their truck or equipment asset. But in the nearly two decades since the new millennium began, the prevalence of data and the sensors needed to capture that information have fundamentally changed expectations. 

Fullbay 1The Fullbay shop management system revolutionizes the way heavy-duty diesel repair shops are managed.

By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media  

The positive impact of the Fullbay shop management system can be felt far outside the repair shops where it is used. “We enable shop owners to spend less time at their shop and more time with their families,” Co-Founder and CEO Jacob Findlay says. “We believe that with the right tools, you can make a positive impact on your business, make more money and have improved relationships with your family and friends. Our users have a lot more time on their hands.”

Amber RoadAmber Road serves companies such as Nike and Walmart with its software.

 By Alan Dorich,  Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Not many firms can say that they have changed their industry, but Amber Road can. When the term “global trade management” (GTM) was created 15 years ago, “It largely meant trade compliance,” Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Ty Bordner recalls.

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