2016 Wisconsin Sustainable Process of the Year Award

May 17 2016

MatchBack Systems Wins 2016 Wisconsin Sustainable Process of the Year Award


Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Recognizes Innovations That Are
Good For Business And The Environment

Green Bay, WI – 17 May 2016 – MatchBack Systems, Inc. (www.matchbacksystems.com), the
leading software solution to automate, plan and communicate street-turns, received the 2016
Wisconsin Sustainable Process Of The Year Award (Small Business) for the company’s unique
approach to sustainability. The company developed a business model centered around adding
customer value by eliminating unnecessary miles, reducing emissions and costs.

“We have a company-wide mission to focus on creating sustainable processes for our customers,”
said Todd Ericksrud, CEO of MatchBack Systems. “We are using big data analytics to address
street-turns to make it easy for our customers to save money and reduce emissions. It is wonderful
to be recognized for doing great work that helps preserve the environment while solving a complex
supply chain problem.”

The awards were presented to MatchBack Systems on May 16, 2016, at a ceremony sponsored by
the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council.

The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council developed the Earth Day Business Sustainability
Awards to recognize those Wisconsin businesses that have embraced the principles of
sustainability. “The awards are designed to honor businesses for their leadership in developing
innovative products, processes and business models while demonstrating that economic
performance and environmental and social performance go hand-in-hand,” said Tom Eggert,
Executive Director for the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. “MatchBack Systems
exemplifies the spirit of the awards by using innovation to create a sustainable process that’s also
good for business.”

To learn more about the innovative solutions of MatchBack Systems, visit

MatchBack Systems, Inc. is a Software as a Service (SaaS) organization with an innovative
approach to street-turn (matchback) containers. The company has designed a unique optimization
technology to automate the street-turn process on a neutral, collaborative portal for shippers,
steamship lines, truckers, forwarders and other supply chain participants who are motivated to
street-turn containers. The MatchBack Systems’ solutions are on a common platform
(MatchWerks™) to lower overall supply chain costs, improve planner efficiency and reduce
emissions. For more information visit matchbacksystems.com.

The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council serves businesses in the state who are interested in
sustainability, “greening”, corporate social responsibility or corporate citizenship. The council is
designed to bring businesses together and provide resources to help businesses on their path
toward being more sustainable. http://www.wisconsinsustainability.com


MatchAdvisor, MatchBack, MatchDensity, MatchWerks and MatchPodium are trademarks of MatchBack Systems.

Tammy Leurquin, Sr. VP of IT and Operations, MatchBack Systems, accepts the 2016 Wisconsin Sustainable Process Award for Small Business
from Tom Eggert, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council.