Todd joins ProMiles Software

By Hannah Sundermeyer22 June 2021

Steven Todd has been named executive vice president, permitting at ProMiles Software Development Corporation

Steven Todd has been named executive vice president, permitting at ProMiles Software Development Corporation (PSDC). Todd joined ProMiles in June, 2021.

Steven Todd

“Steven has worked in many aspects of permitting over the course of his esteemed career,” said Tony Stroncheck, co-founder and co-owner of ProMiles.

“Steven is a nationally recognized leader in the areas of Automated Oversize/Overweight Permitting and harmonization of jurisdictional policies effecting the industry. Steven brings heavyweight, executive-level experience and comprehensive knowledge of the specialized transportation industry, and he extends the expertise of our existing team.”

Todd has contributed significantly to advances in the industry by developing influential partnerships with state and federal agencies and major transportation companies throughout North America, and by successfully leading the development and advocacy of Automated Permitting Systems, resulting in efficiencies and cost-savings shared by the entire transportation industry, as well as developing best practices for the purposes of harmonization, infrastructure integrity and highway safety.

“In both my previous government and trade association careers, I have developed an enormous respect for ProMiles rapid ascension to its present top position in the automated permitting market, and I am pleased to now serve the transportation industry on the software development side where I can use my expertise, insights and know-how to shape best/first-in-class products and services,” said Todd.

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