Green Mountain Technology Accepts Innovation Award at First UofM Partner ForUM
Founder and CEO, Craig Russell, accepts the UofM Innovation Award on behalf of GMT.
Memphis, Tenn., April 18, 2019 — The University of Memphis recognized Green Mountain Technology (GMT) for its commitment to innovation and the Memphis community through its involvement in the CommuniTech Research Park with the first Innovation Award at the soon-to-be annual Partner ForUM.
GMT Founder and CEO, Craig Russell, accepted the award, speaking briefly about GMT’s involvement with the Park. As one of the Park’s anchor tenants, GMT opened its first satellite office on the UofM campus last month with the intention of recruiting the university’s top-performing tech talent, as well as a shared interest in furthering the economic development of both the university and the city of Memphis.
“Under Dr. Rudd’s leadership… we are now connected to the university in a way we’ve never dreamed possible,” said Russell, “and it’s going to be a benefit not only for the university, but for us as a business.”
Green Mountain Technology (GMT) partners with the world’s largest parcel shippers to plan, execute and monitor high volume parcel networks. Our Parcel Spend Management (PSM) solution helps businesses compete in today’s hyper-competitive parcel marketplace. It starts with our best in class parcel audit and invoice automation, then leverages that data for advanced analytics, optimization, and ongoing network improvement and contract management projects. GMT’s highly engaged, strategic delivery model, unique network modeling and re-rating technology, and Fortune 500 customer base, uniquely positions GMT to deliver unparalleled value. Our customers represent more than $6 billion in parcel spend and consistently experience a 5-10X return, net of our fees. GMT has been awarded a Top Workplace in Memphis for five consecutive years.