Founders - Sam Levin
26 October 2012 – Sam Levin was working at a bar when a Temple University fraternity brother got him an interview with a company developing transportation management software, something Levin admits knowing nothing about at the time.
Still, he got the job and quickly absorbed everything he could learn, becoming a globe-trotting consultant for companies that need software to ship their freight worldwide. By 2005 the company he worked for was acquired by a large firm and he turned down a chance to remain with the new owner to start his own venture with former colleague Chris Plough, who sketched out their business plan over coffee.
Six years later, MavenWire has 50 clients, 100 employees and offices all over the world, a known leader in logistics and IT infrastructure, particularly with its core competency of Oracle Transportation Management.
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