Supply Vision, the cloud-based, logistics software company, joined Catapult only two months ago, but CEO Amanda Bohl and her team have jumped right in to be an integral part of the Catapult community. This guest post first appeared on Supply Vision’s website.
Supply Vision is thrilled to announce it has become a member of Catapult Chicago. Catapult allows the company to leverage the teams’ innovation with like-minded technology entrepreneurs in a scale-up environment. Working in close proximity of other entrepreneurs gives Amanda Bohl, CEO of Supply Vision, an instant community. “It’s the best environment we could be in. The growth happening within these walls builds an energy that everyone can sense. It’s palpable.”
“We’ve been growing quickly,” Bohl continued, “And Catapult nurtures our people in a community of technology entrepreneurs.” This unique space is the right place for the growing Supply Vision transportation technology team. The atmosphere is one of collaboration and continuous innovation. Supply Vision developers are a part of the Catapult community where technology experts can bounce ideas off each other. This out of the box thinking helps the team come up with new features that help our shippers. Features like real time status updates, on demand reporting, export compliance integration (AES Direct) and integrated quoting are innovations that sets Supply Vision apart in the marketplace.
“On behalf of the Catapult community, I am thrilled to have Supply Vision and its team in the space,” commented April Lane, Executive Director of Catapult. “They add insight into the technology industry through a logistical lens that will significantly benefit the other residents.”
Bohl sees advantages for herself, too. “I get to be a part of an elite group of business leaders,” she said, “We come together to share resources, bounce around ideas and learn from each other’s experiences. This level of engagement with like-minded technologists has produced ideas for new features that are already in our development pipeline.”