TTTExchange levels the playing field for women in trucking
The August 12, 1994, issue of The New York Times, appropriately titled “Internet is Open,” chronicled the sale between two friends of a music CD. Since that small and unwittingly paradigm shifting transaction, the e-commerce age has been gaining exponential inertia. As if it wasn't growing at a breakneck speed already, the Covid-19 global pandemic threw diesel on the e-commerce bonfire, accelerating the adoption of technology, tools, and all things e-commerce. It fueled a consumer adoption rate that took mere months instead of years.
A new way to connect buyers and sellers
Meanwhile, behind the scenes with Nostradamus-like foresight, a visionary group of entrepreneurs toiled away, developing a new best-in-class e-commerce marketplace for used trucks. They set aside dated ways and built a new platform from the ground up. The public release couldn't have been timed any better. They dubbed it TTTExchange.