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Transfinder Opens New Office in Austin, Texas

To better serve a growing client base in Texas, Transfinder opened the doors to its new office in Austin, Texas as the company celebrated nine consecutivce years on the Inc. 5000 list that recognizes the fastest growing companies.

The company came in at No. 4,493 with a certified $10.3 million in annual revenue and 58 percent revenue growth.

Tranfinder President and CEO Antonio Civitella said the biggest reason that he enters the Inc. 5000 every year is to bring recognition to the company’s employees who he added are responsible for Transfinder’s success.

“I want them to know that they work for a successful company,” Civitella told the Times Union in Albany, New York, where the company is headquartered. “Every year is more challenging as the market is maturing. You have to work hard to keep your clients.”

Meanwhile, the new Austin office is in response to Texas being the company’s second largest markets behind New York. Transfinder scheduled its first onsite Transfinder University, a three-day seminar for clients, at the Austin location. It starts Tuesday and will end Thursday with the official ribbon cutting.

“This new office represents in many ways the future of Transfinder,” added Civitella. “For the first time in Transfinder’s history, we will have offices in two locations and two time zones. We received a lot of input from our clients and we are responding. I expect we’ll have additional satellite offices in the not-too-distant future.”

Dan Roberts, Transfinder’s director of professional services, was tapped to run the Austin office.

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