23 Aug Peter Spellman Joins INTTRA as Chief Technology Officer
PARSIPPANY, N.J., August 23, 2016 – Today INTTRA announced that Peter Spellman has joined the company as a Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. He brings 25 years of experience as a software executive with a strong track record of conceiving of, designing, developing and deploying innovative products. Mr. Spellman will be responsible for INTTRA’s platform and technology strategy and execution.
Mr. Spellman has joined INTTRA from Tracelink, a pharmaceutical supply chain network where he designed, delivered and operated a cloud-native, multi-tenant, highly scalable platform for inter-company supply chain business and compliance processes handling billions of transactions annually. Previously, he spent six years as SVP Products and SaaS of SupplyScape after serving as CTO and Vice President of Engineering at Performaworks.
Mr. Spellman was the AWS Startup Challenge Winner for Business Applications (2013). He also holds a patent in network-based technology and has several patent applications pending.
“As we grow INTTRA‘s role as a driver of innovation in ocean shipping, it is critical to enhance our capabilities and it is rewarding to be able to attract top talent,” said INTTRA’s President and Chief Operating Officer Inna Kuznetsova. “Peter’s experience with marketplace software, new ventures and fast growth will be a catalyst for success as we pursue our goals.”
INTTRA is the largest neutral electronic transaction software platform and information provider at the center of the ocean shipping industry. INTTRA‘s innovative products, combined with the scale of our network, empower our customers to trade with multiple parties and leverage ocean industry information to improve their business. Connecting over 225,000 shipping professionals with more than 50 leading Carriers and 110 software alliance partners, INTTRA streamlines the ocean trade process. Over 700,000 container orders are initiated on the INTTRA platform each week, representing approximately 25 percent of global ocean container trade.