The ProMiles Team
Since its inception, Mr. Stroncheck has sought to position ProMiles as the industry’s regulatory compliance technology leader, by developing the next generation of first-in-class solutions that advance harmonization, roadway safety, infrastructure integrity, and efficiencies benefiting all industry stakeholders.
Tim Pilcher is a Co-Founder and Co-President of ProMiles Software Development Corporation. Tim has had a significant impact on the transportation industry with over 38 years of experience leading the development and management of first/best-in-class regulatory compliance software technology, including Oversize/Overweight (OS/OW) permitting and routing, fuel tax automation and reporting, fuel management, and routing and mapping solutions. T self-issue average range.
Under Tim’s leadership, ProMiles has designed and implemented OS/OW permitting and routing systems for 15 states, increasing the average self-issue rate to 67%, with a combined volume of over 13 million permits issued nationwide since 2011.
Gary Markham joined ProMiles in 2009 as the Director of National Accounts. In his current role as Executive Vice President of Regulatory Compliance, Gary leads a team that identifies opportunities in transportation technology solutions and regulatory services. They strive to build relationships with private and public sector stakeholders, including service bureaus, telematics partners, carriers, leasing companies, and in particular, organizations managing International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) and International Registration Plan (IRP). Gary is also active in both the IFTA and IRP communities and currently serves on the Industry Advisory Steering Committee for both organizations.
Prior to joining ProMiles, Gary spent over eighteen years with Comdata where he served in many roles. His early years were spent as the Director of Technical Services utilizing his background in IT and communication technology. For the last six years Gary took over and managed the RCS division as Director of Regulatory Compliance. During this time, he worked closely with truck leasing and rentals companies as well as IFTA & IRP. Gary was also the key architect in developing and implementing Comdata’s automated fuel and mile tax reporting system using GPS data collected from in-cab telematics devices, which has now become a standard in the industry.
Gary spent three years in the United States Army Signal Corps where he served as communication chief on an out-site in South Korea. After leaving the Army, Gary attended college at Lincoln Land Community College and Sangamon State University, now University of Illinois, Springfield, where he majored in Computer Science.
Gary resides just outside of Birmingham, AL with Vicky, his wife and high school sweetheart. They have one daughter, two sons, and two granddaughters.
Gary Land joined ProMiles Development Corporation in 2020, serving as Director of Service Provider Relations, where Gary fosters communication with industry service and permit agencies to identify needs and facilitate the enhancement and development of software solutions that promote industry best practices for the purposes of harmonization, compliance, safety, and efficiency. Gary was promoted to Vice President of Regulatory Compliance is May 2022 where he oversees the service and support operation for ProMiles products.
After retiring from the US Air Force as Lieutenant Colonel, Gary began his 24-year career in the transportation industry at DAT, serving as the General Manager of Fleet Compliance, where he managed all aspects of Fleet Compliance as well as the development of vehicle and driver-related products and services.
Additionally, at DAT, Gary was the key architect in developing automated Vehicle Titling and Fleet Asset Management Systems solutions, managing each project from inception through deployment. Over the course of his distinguished service in the US Airforce, Gary was awarded the Meritorious Medal, the Humanitarian Medal; Gary was twice awarded the Joint Meritorious Medal award, and he was awarded the Commendation Medal three times. Gary served six years on the Board of Directors for the North American Transportation Services Association (NATSA), and he served 9 years as President for Parks Board for DeSoto, Texas.
Gary served as an Adjunct Professor for the University of Maryland, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and Minot State University. Gary served 33 years as an NCAA Football Official, as Line Judge and Field Judge, officiating 900 games. Gary earned an M.B.A from the University of South Dakota, an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Webster University, St Louis, Missouri, and a B.A. in Biology from Culver-Stockton College, Canton, Missouri.
Gary resides in DeSoto, Texas where he is happily married to the former Susan Marie Daly and enjoys six children and five grandchildren.
Bob Terneus joined ProMiles Software Development Corporation in 2020 serving as Vice President of Regulatory Compliance Sales where he is responsible for the ProMiles sales strategy for the transportation industry.
Michael Webb has served ProMiles Software Development Corporations for over 19 years, and as Vice President of Permit Technology, Michael manages the development, deployment, and enhancements of Permit Manager, a best-in-class permitting solution designed for the private sector which includes full integration with the ProMiles’ suite of transportation solutions.
Michael is also responsible for managing software integrations for permit services, transportation companies, and other entities involved in the specialized oversize/overweight (OS/OW) transportation arena.
Over the course of Michael’s tenure at ProMiles, Michael was instrumental in securing 15 state contracts for the custom design and implementation of OS/OW automated permitting and routing solutions, systems that are critical to advancing the industry’s interest in harmonization, preservation of infrastructure, highway safety, and 24/7/365 automated-issuance, resulting in efficiencies and cost-savings shared by the entire transportation industry.
Michael served in a leadership role with the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association, where he served on the SC&RA Permit Policy Committee whose mission is to identify and prioritize permitting issues and to define and promote best practices. In this role, Michael was instrumental in the development of SC&RA’s key initiative, Uniform Permit Transport 2021 (UPT21).
Danny Wells joined ProMiles Development Corporation in 2020 to serve as VP of Government Relations where he partners with local and state governmental jurisdictions to identify opportunities to develop and deploy technology solutions to benefit the transportation industry in its efforts to improve compliance, safety, efficiency, and uniformity.
In 1986, Danny began a distinguished 32-year career with the State of Colorado serving as the Deputy Chief of the Agency in commercial vehicle enforcement with the Colorado Port of Entry and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) where he directed the Oversize Overweight Permit Unit.
Danny served as the agency’s lead in the creation of the administrative rule, agency policy, legislative liaison (which included writing statute and testifying for the department in front of legislative committees), and acting as the agency’s point of contact for legislator’s inquiries as well as representing the agency in the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) and involvement of Colorado’s first online truck bypass system and Colorado-New Mexico joint Port of Entry.
Danny is a highly sought after Transportation Consultant, counting among his clients, the Evergreen Safety Council, the Colorado Department of Transportation, Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA), Nu-Gen Services, and continued involvement with SC&RA, CVSA, AASHTO, WASHTO, and the other three regional transportation associations.
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Steven Todd has spent the majority of his 35-year career in Transportation…and most of that in his true passion – Specialized Transportation. As Chief of Permits for the Illinois Department of Transportation, he served in management roles including Oversize/Overweight Permits, Fixed and Portable Weigh Scales, and Rest Areas.
He led Illinois’ development of its first Automated Permit System which today, is still considered one of the best in the nation as it issues over 98% of all permit applications 24/7 without any human interaction.
Next, Steven served as Vice President of Transportation for the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association where he primarily led ongoing efforts to bring harmonization among all State’s Oversize/Overweight Permitting Policies. This included increasing the number of states employing fully automated permit systems from 18 to 38 states as of today.
He served as a co-author of 6 U.S. DOT Federal Highway Reports involving automated permitting, police, and pilot escorting best practices among others. Mr. Todd served on numerous boards and committees including AASHTO’s National Advisory Council, CVSA’s Size & Weight, FHWA’s National Truck Parking Coalition, and Emergency Route Work Group among others.
He also produced several highly acclaimed training videos related to Specialized Transportation still in circulation today.
Today, Steven serves as Executive Vice President of Permitting for ProMiles Software Development Corporation whose permitting software is responsible for the issuance of nearly 50% of all OS/OW permits issued in the United States as well as state of the art fuel tax and auditing software for the trucking industry.
Products and Partner Relations
Glenn Williams uses his deep industry knowledge in transportation and experience to drive efficiencies and bottom line returns throughout the supply chain. Glenn has a proven track record of success with driving strategy and execution to achieve challenging SaaS product and sales business goals, specifically for North American trucking operations.
Glenn began his transportation career twenty-six years ago in product marketing and channel sales for an industry leader of truck aftermarket and OEM parts and accessories. Glenn was the first Product Manager hired at PeopleNet, a pioneer in the telematics space. In 2011, PeopleNet was acquired by Trimble and Glenn was asked to build the sales engineering team from the ground up. Trimble Transportation achieved aggressive growth and market penetration for the next 10 years.
Throughout Glenn’s 20-year career at Trimble, he led Product Management for both Hardware and Software, Marketing, Business Development, Sales Engineering, Territory Sales, Partners, Channels, Sales Enablement, and eventually became Vice President of Product Management, managing a product portfolio worth over $500M in revenue per year and supporting thousands of customers. Glenn was the resident compliance expert, successfully aligned the organization based on the voice of the customer, and implemented strategic initiatives through Product Lifecycle Management and the Challenger Sales methodology.
In 2021, Glenn became Division Vice President of Product Management and Sales Engineering at Spireon. Glenn identified new revenue streams and successfully launched multiple integrations and products through direct and indirect channels with a focus on safety, compliance, utilization, productivity, visibility, and maintenance. Glenn managed and executed the 3G refresh program and spearheaded a new consultative monthly services offering to further embed the organization with its customers, address customer pain points, increase wallet share and build brand loyalty.
Glenn earned his Bachelors of Science degree from Iowa State University, completed a strategic Marketing Management course at the The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a Constructive Collaboration course at Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management. Glenn has experience in creating and implementing strategic sales methodologies based on Customer Centric Selling and Challenger Sale.