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RouteMatch Software Opens New Office in Australia, Expanding Presence in Australasia and Greater Southeast Asian Region
Bus and Community Transport Operators Seeking Passenger Transport Technology Now Have Proven, Local Technology Option to Consider

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA and ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/22/13 -- RouteMatch Software, a leading provider of end-to-end passenger transport technologies, today announced that it is opening a new office in Brisbane, Australia to extend its technology solutions into Australasia and Southeast Asia.

RouteMatch offers flexible and complete solutions to help community and local bus transport operators gain greater operational efficiencies, improve safety and ridership services, reduce costs, and comply with evolving government policies.

RouteMatch's highly adaptable technologies include fixed route and community transport scheduling and route optimisation solutions, automated billing and reporting, automated vehicle location using Android-based mobile data devices/tablets, and technologies for enhancing real-time bus arrival technology for passenger information. A host of additional integrated solutions are built into RouteMatch's technology platform, allowing transport organisations to affordably mix and match solutions that make the most impact.

"We've been working with more than 600 transit agencies worldwide, and have received much interest from Australian transport providers and the Asia Pacific region in the past year. We are excited to be investing in localized ground support for our customers and prospects, and are looking forward to building new partnerships with transport providers and regional industry leaders in this vibrant market," said Tim Quinn, Executive Vice President, RouteMatch Software.

Steven Bailey, a transport veteran at RouteMatch, will be heading the Brisbane office. As a Regional Sales Director, Steve will be responsible for working side-by-side with transport agencies in Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia to identify solutions that fit with organizations' current operating structure while delivering maximum return on investment. In addition to his sales role, Steve also serves as an Account Manager for all of his clients, ensuring continued customer satisfaction and proper knowledge transfer. He is a graduate of Alma College in Alma, Michigan, and is completing his Master's of Science in Business Intelligence from St. Joseph's University.

About RouteMatch Software

RouteMatch is the leading provider of transit ITS software and solutions. Founded in 2000, the company is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, and RouteMatch works with more than 600 transit agencies worldwide. Partnering with public and private sector passenger transportation providers, the company provides an end-to-end technology platform which addresses operational, safety and ridership needs. RouteMatch's technologies address routing, scheduling, dispatching, billing, reporting, fixed route CAD/AVL, community transport, business analytics, and fixed route integration, traveler information services, fleet management, and more. Additional information about RouteMatch's ITS technologies in Australia and the Asia Pacific region is available at or by emailing

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