<img height="1" width="1" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=137541796839020&amp;ev=PageView &amp;noscript=1">

Ecolane News

Ecolane Names Daniel Andrlik as Vice President of Business Development

Posted by Ecolane on Feb 26, 2014 4:10:00 PM

dan-andrlickKING OF PRUSSIA, Pennsylvania—February 26, 2014—Ecolane USA Inc. has promoted Daniel Andrlik to the newly created role of Vice President of Business Development. Daniel will spearhead new strategic initiatives and business partnerships for the company.

“Daniel’s combined industry experience and intimate familiarity with Ecolane’s platform make him a perfect fit for this role,” said Steve Ross, CEO of Ecolane. “The new position supports our efforts to build for an evolving industry and will increase the reach of our existing products and services.”

Mr. Andrlik takes up the new position beginning in March, 2014. He has over ten years of direct transit experience and since 2011, he has been responsible for directing Ecolane’s Support Services team.  Prior to Ecolane, he was an Operations Supervisor and Developer for the city of Madison, Wisconsin.

Daniel Andrlik began his transit career at the University of Iowa and subsequently grew his role into leading the Training and Safety Department.

About Ecolane
Ecolane is the most flexible, affordable and reliable choice for transit agency managers, directors and decision-makers with responsibility for implementing easy-to-deploy scheduling and dispatch solutions.  Ecolane’s software platform restores community engagement to people who might not otherwise have access and mobility. With offices in Espoo, Finland and it’s US headquarters outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ecolane is a technology leader in the demand responsive transportation (DRT) and the paratransit solutions market. More information about Ecolane can be found at www.ecolane.com.

Topics: Company News

About the Ecolane Blog

 

Ecolane's blog is geared towards readers who are interested in perspective, opinion and strategy on the transit industry, scheduling and dispatch software technologies and related topics. 

Shoreline Metro Case Study

Subscribe to Email Updates

choosing your transit software provider ebook