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30-Second Pitch: ReRouteMe.com

Wednesday, January 30th 2013
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In this 30-second pitch, ReRouteMe.com tells how the company is helping communters travel faster and smarter.

30-Second Pitch is an new series that introduces geospatial products and services in a quick to read format. Want to pitch your latest offering? Contact Jane Elliott.

Business: ReRouteMe.com

Number of Employees: 5

Owner/Lead Executive: Abed Saab, Co-founder and CEO

Contact:
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(613) 248-1416

Location: 2100 Thurston Dr. Ottawa, Ontario

Pitch: ReRouteMe’s free commute planning application helps users travel faster and smarter. Whether driving, busing, taking the taxi, cycling or walking, ReRouteMe uses local data and complex routing logic to avoid construction, accidents and traffic congestion. ReRouteMe also saves repeating routes and sends early notification of issues via email.

Why are we different: ReRouteMe can save repeating routes and send advanced notification of impact to those routes. The all-in-one package also offers gas prices, weather, trip statistics, and more.

Recent accomplishments: ReRouteMe was in beta mode since September 2012. The application formally launched on January 22, 2013.

Want to give us your pitch? Download our template and email it to us.


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