Transfinder’s President Announces Ribbon Cutting of New $7 Million Headquarters in Downtown Schenectady

Transfinder’s President Announces Ribbon Cutting of New $7 Million Headquarters in Downtown Schenectady

For Immediate Release

Schenectady, NY – October 10, 2013 – Antonio Civitella, founder, president & CEO of Transfinder Corporation, today announced that the official ribbon cutting ceremony for its new company headquarters at 440 State Street will begin at 4:00 pm on Thursday, October 10th. Following brief congratulatory remarks by state, county, city, and company representatives, the ribbon cutting will take place at exactly 4:40 pm.

According to Civitella, “2013 marks another exciting year for the company, as we celebrate our 25th year in business and have relocated to a state of the art corporate headquarters in the heart of downtown Schenectady. We have experienced tremendous growth in recent years, expanding our organization to over 70 professional employees and have received recognition as one of Inc. 5000’s fastest growing private companies each year for the past seven years. My hope is that our new headquarters, which will accommodate 125 employees, contributes to the expanding vitality of Schenectady County and the region’s Tech Valley community.”

Schenectady County Legislator Marty Finn, Chair of the Legislature’s Committee on Economic Development said, “This fast growing company could have located their beautiful new $7 million headquarters anywhere in the region. Our County economic development team worked closely with Transfinder and the City of Schenectady to keep this home-grown tech company here in Schenectady County creating new jobs and bringing new investment to our community.”

Mayor Gary McCarthy said, “We congratulate Tony Civitella and his entire team at Transfinder for their continued success. The company’s new headquarters at 440 State Street is a great addition to our new downtown.”

Ray Gillen, Chair of the Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority said, “Metroplex is proud that we were able to bring yet another job producing investment to Schenectady County. Transfinder is a great addition to the Proctors Block downtown.”

Following the ribbon cutting, Antonio Civitella and Transfinder representatives will attend the Downtown Schenectady Improvement Corporation’s 11th Annual Building Block Party, celebrating the revitalization of State Street as a center for commerce and entertainment. The event is being held at Proctors and features culinary delights from Schenectady’s many downtown restaurants. At the event, Civitella will be honored for his economic development achievements.

About Transfinder
Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Schenectady, New York, Transfinder celebrates its 25th year in business in 2013 as a national leader in student transportation management systems and services, offering routing and scheduling solutions for optimal transportation logistics. A business partner of Pitney Bowes Business Insight – MapInfo, Transfinder applies MapInfo’s industry-leading mapping technology and database management to deliver superior transportation and logistics management solutions. Transfinder products allow school districts to manage bus routes, provide safe and efficient student transportation, and access a wealth of critical district information. For more information, visit