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3Gtms Names Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Technology Officer

3Gtms, LLC, a global provider of Tier 1 transportation management software (TMS), has named Stephanie Richelieu Stagger Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) and Larry De Lutiis, Jr. Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

As CRO, Stephanie is responsible for leading and aligning sales, marketing, support and other areas to ensure a superior experience for customers and capitalize on new opportunities that drive profitable growth for 3Gtms. After a number of years in consulting and operational roles, Stephanie spent the last 20 years dedicated to advancing the positive impact supply chain software services bring to shippers and logistics providers around the world. Most recently, she was CRO at Generix Group North America and CCO for Trax Technologies, both global providers of high impact supply chain software solutions.

Larry brings more than 20 years of experience leading the delivery of high impact technology, M&A integration and global service solutions. As CTO, he is responsible for ensuring 3Gtms technology continues to evolve to meet the needs of the fast-changing transportation industry. Larry has held several senior technology roles and has spent the better part of the last ten years at Kenexa Technologies where he acted as their vice president of IT through their global expansion and acquisition to IBM.

“Stephanie and Larry both bring a level of expertise and commitment to customers that align with 3Gtms’ values and vision,” said Mitch Weseley, CEO of 3Gtms. “Companies are moving out of their traditional lanes of service and adding new offerings and capabilities. This is a pivotal point in our industry’s history when the tools of today won’t necessarily address the problems of tomorrow. Stephanie and Larry are critical additions to the leadership team as we continue to serve customers’ changing needs and keep them ahead of their competition.”