Company Overview of INRIX, Inc.
INRIX, Inc. provides a traffic intelligence platform that delivers smart data and advanced analytics to solve transportation issues worldwide. It provides traffic information with algorithms and tools; INRIX Drive Time, which helps home buyers and real estate agents assess properties based on actual drive time to and from home and work based on traffic conditions; INRIX DevZone do-it-yourself developer tools; INRIX Connected Services platform, a routing engine and content platform; and INRIX XD Connect that helps automakers and their suppliers comply with the National Highway and Transportation Administration's driver distraction guidelines. The company serves automotive market, mobile enter...
10210 NE Points Drive
Kirkland, WA 98033
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for INRIX, Inc.
Senior Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Communications
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
INRIX, Inc. Key Developments
INRIX Inc. Announces Four New Additions to Its Sales and Business Development Teams
Jun 2 14
INRIX Inc. announced four new additions to its sales and business development teams focused on helping expand INRIX collaboration with new and existing customers in its mobile, fleet, and media businesses. The new members of the INRIX team are as follows: Chris Sluss as Vice President of Sales, Shawn Gunn as Vice President of Media Sales, Warren Perry as Vice President of Fleet Sales and Troy Miller as Vice President of Sales for Internet & Mobile. Chris Sluss joins INRIX from TomTom where he was an active consumer markets producer for nine years and prior to that spent 16 years at Motorola and Rand McNally. Shawn Gunn is driving efforts to develop and manage INRIX technology and business development efforts with news and media organizations in North America. Warren Perry is responsible for increasing the adoption of INRIX data and analytics services in the fleet and logistics industries. Troy Miller also is responsible for driving customer opportunities across all vertical markets.
INRIX, Inc. Presents at Credit Suisse Disruptive Technology Conference, May-14-2014 11:30 AM
May 14 14
INRIX, Inc. Presents at Credit Suisse Disruptive Technology Conference, May-14-2014 11:30 AM. Venue: Ritz Carlton, San Francisco, California, United States. Speakers: Bryan Mistele, Co-Founder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President.
Pitney Bowes Inc. Partners with INRIX, Inc. to Help Drivers Save Time, Fuel and Money with Advanced Location Intelligence
Apr 15 14
Pitney Bowes Inc. announced that it has entered into a multi-year partnership with INRIX, Inc. to deliver advanced Location Intelligence solutions through the company's traffic intelligence platform. By integrating location capabilities with traffic analysis, INRIX and Pitney Bowes will enhance the driving experience of today's connected drivers. By delivering this information through INRIX's mobile app, users are empowered to make better location-based decisions in real-time. INRIX has designed a traffic intelligence platform that uses smart data and advanced analytics to solve transportation issues worldwide. The company uses a approach called smart crowd-sourcing that analyzes real-time traffic speed and incident data from a wide variety of public and private traffic sources ranging from road sensors and up-to-the-minute traffic speeds and community reports crowd-sourced from millions of vehicles and mobile devices throughout the day. Whether through an in-car or smartphone navigation application, a local newscast or the company's INRIX Traffic app, INRIX offers up-to-the-minute traffic information and other driver services to help more than 150 million drivers save time, fuel and money. Pitney Bowes Location Intelligence solutions merge organizational data with location data to provide users with the capability to make more informed decisions. For INRIX, this technology compiles and correlates addresses with coordinates from a mobile device to establish real time location or a desired destination. Combining that with other data such as specific traffic flow, demographics and behavior patterns, users can uncover key points of interest by accessing Pitney Bowes advanced location search. For example, if a consumer is planning to visit a popular department store in a specific region, the technology makes it possible to suggest a relevant restaurant recommendation for lunch, based on the data that is collected about user preferences, convenience, proximity and projected traffic patterns.
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